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  • Updated: September 21, 2023

Court Jails Dispatch Rider For Absconding With Employers Motorcycle

Court Jails Dispatch Rider For Absconding With Employers Mot

A Grade I Area Court in Abuja has sentenced a 29-year-old delivery man, Isaac Ezekiel, to 24 months imprisonment for absconding with his employer’s motorcycle.

Ezekiel, who lives in New Kuchingoro IDP Camp Abuja, was charged with two counts of breach of trust and theft.

However,  the Area Court judge, Malam Aliyu Kagarko, gave the convict an option of a N50,000 fine.

The convict was also ordered to restore the motorcycle or pay N600,000 as compensation to the complainant.

The judge warned the convict to be of good behaviour.

Ezekiel had earlier pleaded guilty and begged the court for leniency.

The Prosecution Counsel, Stanley Nwaforaku told the court that on Sept. 1, the complainant, Nicholas Nnamani of Jabi  Abuja, reported the matter at the Lugbe  Police Station.

Nwaforaku said that the complainant employed the convict as a dispatch rider sometime in June and gave him a brand new “G link” 200cc motorcycle worth N600,0000.

Nwaforaku said the convict absconded with a motorcycle and sold it for N70,000.

The prosecutor added that during the police investigation, the convict made a confessional statement and all efforts made to recover the motorcycle failed.

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