A Excessive Courtroom 1 sitting in Kogi State has sentenced one Ocholi Edicha to 12 years and 6 months in jail for the ugly homicide of Mrs Salome Abuh, through the 2019 governorship election. Recall that the state Police Command arrested six suspects in reference to the incident. The six suspects paraded have been Ocholi Edicha, Adamu Haruna, Onu Egbunu, Musa Alidu, Attai Haruna and Attah Ejeh. The Kogi State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Busari had mentioned Edicha aged 30 confessed that he led the gang that burnt the home of Elder Simon Abuh which led to the demise of his spouse, Mrs Salome Abuh. Following the event, Edicha was on Tuesday arraigned earlier than Justice Ajayi who sentenced him to 12 years in jail. The prosecuting counsel, Barr. Otigbe Joseph, nonetheless, moved towards the ruling, including that it wasn’t sufficient punishment for the offences dedicated which bothered on killing. Justice Ajayi whereas delivering Judgement, held that the oral testimony and eye witness account alongside assertion made to the Nigeria Police was adequate to safe the conviction of the defendant. He convicted the suspect for culpable murder not punishable with demise and sentenced him to 12 years and 6 months in jail for the offence.

Courtroom Sentences Killer Of Kogi PDP Girls Chief, Salome Abuh To 12 Years In Jail

March 25, 2021 0 By Cypher9ja

A Excessive Courtroom 1 sitting in Kogi State has sentenced one Ocholi Edicha to 12 years and 6 months in jail for the ugly homicide of Mrs Salome Abuh, through the 2019 governorship election.

Recall that the state Police Command arrested six suspects in reference to the incident.

The six suspects paraded have been Ocholi Edicha, Adamu Haruna, Onu Egbunu, Musa Alidu, Attai Haruna and Attah Ejeh.

The Kogi State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Busari had mentioned Edicha aged 30 confessed that he led the gang that burnt the home of Elder Simon Abuh which led to the demise of his spouse, Mrs Salome Abuh.

Following the event, Edicha was on Tuesday arraigned earlier than Justice Ajayi who sentenced him to 12 years in jail.

The prosecuting counsel, Barr. Otigbe Joseph, nonetheless, moved towards the ruling, including that it wasn’t sufficient punishment for the offences dedicated which bothered on killing.

Justice Ajayi whereas delivering Judgement, held that the oral testimony and eye witness account alongside assertion made to the Nigeria Police was adequate to safe the conviction of the defendant.

He convicted the suspect for culpable murder not punishable with demise and sentenced him to 12 years and 6 months in jail for the offence.