A 28 years Mirian Ndubuisi was arraigned in magistrate court of Lagos state for an aggravated assaults on her neighbor. The prosecutor, ASP Eranus Nnamonu, narrated that the two tenants had been having an argument at their residence. The complainant alleged that the defendant’s attempt to eliminate him resulted in the death of the defendant’s son.
“A scuffle ensued between Ndubusi and the complainant, one Phillip Eze, over his declaration in church while giving a testimony that the complainant’s son death was as a result of her intentions toward him.”
The pressure intensified and finally ended up in Ndubusi biting one of Eze’s arms and his scrotum, “leaving deep lacerations there”.
The accused was charged under Section 171 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011, which prescribes 3 years in jail for the offence.
The defendant pleaded not guilty and was granted a bail in the sum of N100, 000 with two sureties in like sum. The case was adjourned to December 11.