Case of DELSU Student’s Killers Adjourned till April 30


  •  Judge refuses application to transfer case to Sapele

Omon-Julius Onabu in Asaba

A High Court sitting in Asaba has fixed April 30 and May 15 for hearing in the case involving four persons arrested over the murder of Miss Elozino Ogege, a 300 Level Mass Communication student of the Delta State University Abraka, in November 2018.

The defendants, Macaulay Desmond Oghenemaro, Ojokojo Robinson Obajero, Nwosisi Benedict Uche and Enaike Onoriode, pleaded “not guilty” when they were arraigned and the eight-count charge was read to them in court on Thursday.

The statement of offence in charge No A/2c/2019, count IV of the charge reads: “That you , Macaulay Desmond Oghenemaro (m), Ojokojo Robinson Obajero (m), Nwosisi Benedict Uche (m) Enaike Onoriode (m) and one Emese Emudiaga Kelvin now deceased, on or about the 15th day of November, 2018 at Abraka, within the Sapele Criminal Division murdered one Elozino Joshualia Ogege, punishable under…

Source: Thisday Newspaper