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Alleged kidnapping: My take be conscious of failing, Evans’s co-defendant tells court

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Joseph Emeka, one amongst the co-defendants of alleged kidnap kingpin, Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike alias Evans, on Monday, told an Ikeja Special Offences Court docket that he became shedding take be conscious of.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Emeka is facing trial alongside Onwuamadike, Chiemeka Arinze and Udeme Upong, for tried kidnap of Chief Vincent Obianodo, the Chairman of the Young Shall Grow Motors.

“I am no longer seeing clearly. I grasp told my attorney, and my attorney said he had spoken to you,” Emeka, the second defendant within the case, told the deem, Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo.

Following the submission, his counsel, Mr N.C. Onyejiaka, moved an exparte dash dated Nov. 4.

Onyejiaka requested the court within the utility to tell the clinical director of the Kirikiri Correctional Centre to get a detailed clinical document on Emeka’s vision arena.

“The applicant is shedding his take be conscious of and we are making an strive to accumulate steps to make sure that he is wholesome to face his trial.

“We’re praying the court to grant our utility,” he said.

In a immediate ruling, the deem acknowledged Emeka’s clinical points and granted his counsel’s query.

“The learned counsel to the second defendant has submitted that clinical document is required in describe to proffer a resolution to the second defendant’s clinical predicament as he is shedding his take be conscious of.

“I hereby grant the prayers of the second defendant,” Taiwo said.

The deem adjourned the case till Nov. 29 for continuation of trial.

NAN reports that the four defendants face a seven-count stamp of assassinate, tried assassinate, conspiracy to commit kidnapping, strive and kidnap, and sale and transfer of firearms over the alleged tried kidnap of Obianodo.

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