Father drags his son to court for stealing and selling his properties while he was still abroad

Nigerian man Ade Olowopopo has started lawful procedures against his two children, Kunle and Mayowa, charging that they attacked their sister, Bisi Olowopopo, and stole his properties while he was abroad.

The charged episodes happened at the family home in Lakwe Lekki, Lagos State.

The suspects were arraigned at the Ebute Metta Magistrate’s Court on Monday, confronting a five-count charge that incorporates attack, breaking and entering, taking, and posturing a risk to life.

According to the arraignment advise, Paul Ugorji, the litigants committed the wrongdoings in 2019 whereas the offended party was abroad.

During the indicated occurrence, the brothers supposedly persuasively entered their father’s compound, attacked their more seasoned sister, and drove her out.

Father drags his child to court for taking and offering his properties whereas he was still abroad

Additionally, they purportedly took a piece moulding machine and an N7 million Toyota 4Runner Jeep without their father’s consent.

The court disclosures revealed a fundamental family debate, with data developing that the children have a place in Olowopopo’s moment spouse, with whom he has differences, especially with respect to the boys’ paternity.

Paul Ugorji laid out that the blamed abused a few segments of the Lagos State 2015 Criminal Laws, counting Areas 411, 172, 287, 56, and 168(d).

The charges examined, “That you, Adekunle Olowopopo, 35, and Mayowa Olowopopo, 33, at some point in 2019 at Lakwe Lekki, Lagos, within the Lagos Authoritative Locale, did contrive together to commit a lawful offence, to mind ambush, taking, breaking and section, and conduct likely to cause a breach of peace and in this manner committed an offence culpable beneath Segment 411 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2015.”

Magistrate O.M. Ajayi acknowledged the appeal and allowed the blamed children safeguarded. They were each discharged on a safeguard sum of N40,000 with one capable surety.