Man On Trial For Disappearing With 65 Goats

A 45-year-old man, Kazeem Fatai, who allegedly obtained 65 goats under false pretences, and also beat up the seller, was on Monday in Lagos granted bail in the sum of N200,000.

The accused, who resides at Ajegunle area of Apapa Lagos, is facing a three-count charge of stealing, assault and obtaining money under false pretences, to which he pleaded not guilty.

Granting the accused bail at an Apapa Magistrates’ Court, Magistrate M.A Etti, asked him to produce two sureties, among other conditions.

He said the sureties must be gainfully employed and should show evidence of two years’ tax payment to the Lagos State Government.

Earlier, the Prosecutor, Sgt. Olusegun Kokoye, told the court that the accused committed the offences sometime in the month of September 2015 at Alaba Rago Market, Lagos.

According to him, the accused collected 65 goats valued at N560,000 from one Murtala Haliu with a promise to pay within a period of two to three months, but failed to do so.

Kokoye said that the accused sold the goats and converted the money to his own personal use and started avoiding the complainant.

The prosecutor said that when the complainant did not get any feedback from the accused, he decided to call him on phone, but got no response.

Kokoye said that when the accused eventually picked his call, he threatened to deal with the complainant.

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90-Year Old Killed By Alligator After Disappearing From Nursing Home

A 90-year-old woman who went missing from a nursing home is thought to have been killed by an alligator.

Bonnie Walker was found dead in a pond after what is thought to be the first fatal ‘ gator attack in South Carolina. Detectives believe the pensioner slipped of fell into the pond, where she was attacked by the ferocious creature.


Robert McCullough, from the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, said: “It’s the first one as far as we’ve been keeping records.” Her remains were found in the water behind the home
where she lived.

The nonagenarian went missing from the facility on Wednesday and was found dead several hours later. An autopsy found the cause of death to be multiple sharp and blunt force trauma injuries.

The alligator has now been removed from the pond but the Woman’s disappearance from the home is still a mystery.