A member of the Nationwide Union of Street Transport Employees in Ibadan, Akinwumi Adisa, has been sentenced to 25 years in jail with arduous labour for the homicide of a medical pupil of the Ahmadu Bello College, Zaria, Anwal Shannono, on Oyo Highway, Ibadan.
Justice Munta Abimbola of the Oyo State Excessive Court docket, who gave the sentence, mentioned proof confirmed that Adisa was responsible of the crime he was charged with.
He, nevertheless, discharged three different members of the union, Olumide Oladeji, Sadeeq Adejide and Tajudeen Arowotosuna, on the bottom that there was no sufficient proof linking them to the crime.
Courtroom document stated the medical scholar of ABU, Shannono, was shot lifeless and roasted on June four, 2011, throughout a supremacy combat between factional teams of the union over the management of a motor park.
The deceased, who was stated to be the President of the Medical College students Affiliation of Nigeria, was in 500 degree on the time of his demise.
He was coming back from a programme in Osogbo with a few of his colleagues when he was killed.
Arowotosuna, who was discharged by the decide, introduced his spouse and a lawmaker as witnesses to show that he was not on the scene of the crime when the medical scholar was killed.
He claimed that he was on his strategy to Abuja on the time to attend a burial.
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