MAN CHARGED TO COURT FOR ATTEMPTING TO ABDUCT BANK MANAGER

A man accused of attempting to abduct a bank manager has been arraigned before the Abuja Upper Area Court sitting in Gudu.
A.O Urom, the prosecutor, told the court that the defendant, Ahmed Mohammed, conspired with Abdullahi Aliyu and Ebuka, all presently at large, and trespassed into the bank’s premises with the intention to abduct  Augustine Rogers, the managing director of the bank.

The prosecutor said that the accused man, with his accomplices, disguised as the bank’s customers and tried to lure the manager out of office by telling him that “there is a reported case against him at the Garki Police Station,” the prosecutor added.2016_8largeimg22_aug_2016_150435514

Urom said that when the manager suspected foul play, he alerted the bank’s security men who came to his rescue.
When the three-count charges of criminal conspiracy, trespass and attempt to commit an offence of abduction were read to the defendant, he pleaded not guilty.
The defense counsel, M. Ibrahim, urged the court to admit his client to  bail in the most liberal terms.
The judge, Umar Kagarko, granted the accused bail in the sum of N300, 000 and a surety in like sum and adjourned the case to November 2, 2016, for hearing.
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