Ex-SARS Officer Has Been Sentenced To Death By Hanging; Check Out The Offense He Committed
By OnlineReporter | self meida writer
Published 19 days ago - 20121 views
A high court sitting in Benin, the Edo state capital has sentence in man, known and identified as Joseph Omotosho to death by hanging as reported by Sahara Reporters;
According to the report, Joseph was a Sars officer, and the reason why he was sentenced to death is because he was found guilty of killing a businessman, and stealing some amount of money from the deceased bank account.
It was also gathered that Joseph obtained the ATM pin from the decease before he committed the act.
The judge who conferred the Death sentence on Joseph made it known that the judgement was completely based on facts, they are assuming proofs that the accused officer, Joseph was found guilty of committing the crime.
This judgement will serve as a lesson to the general public, and whoever think he can commit a sin similar to this and be set free.
This is part of the Nigerian government efforts to ensure that all offenders are punished according to the crime they committed.
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