An Osun Magistrates’ Court, on Monday, ordered the remand of a pastor, Solomon Oni Opaalade, for allegedly stealing turkeys and a goat.
The suspect was also accused of threatening the owner of the livestock with charms.
The pastor allegedly committed the offence at Baruwa area of Osogbo.
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During the arraignment on Monday, Adekunle Adeniyi, the Principal Counsel from the state Ministry of Justice, told the court that Opalade stole nine turkeys valued at N270,000, and a goat valued at N18,000 from one Oluwasegun Hammed.
The state counsel said Opaalade also threatened the owner of the livestock with charms.
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However, the pastor pleaded “not guilty.”
Adijat Oloyede, the Chief magistrate, declined the defendant bail and ordered that he should be remanded in Ilesha Correctional Center till December 12 for further hearing.
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