Court in Jos Sentence 3 Persons to Death for Allegedly Killing

Court in Jos Sentence 3 Persons to Death for Allegedly Killing

A Plateau State High Court sitting in Jos, has condemned three people to death by looming over the homicide of their companion, Joseph Gosum.

The denounced, Terry Kefas, Samson James, Emmanuel Jah and Patrick Nyam, all of Gadabiyu Village, wounded Gosum to death during a battle.

The court viewed the triplet to be very muchblameworthy of the two count charges brought against them by the Plateau State Government.

Managing judge of the court 3 of the state high court Jos, Justice Arum Ashom, while conveying the milestone judgment on Thursday, June 30, said the court viewed the triplet to be blameworthy of punishable manslaughter.

The court held, “That, you Terry Kefas, Samson James, Emmanuel Jah and Patrick Nyam him December 2015 at Gadabiu in Jos North nearby government region inside Plateau Judicial Division concurred among yourselves to cause the passing of one Joseph Gonsum by cutting him to death.

*The offense you committed is culpable under segment 97 of the Penal Code and under area 221 of the correctional code, Cap 89, Law of Northern Nigeria, 1963.

*It is the conviction of the court that the arraignment has demonstrated his case for certain. The endeavors of the protection guidance to contend in any case was not persuading enough.*

The court subsequently viewed as the blamed liable for the charges and condemned them to death by hanging or deadly infusion.

Guidance to the offended party, Barr Mantu Ishiaku, who is the agent chief, Civil Rights Reform, service of Justice Plateau state, praised the court for meticulously convey the judgment in agreement to the law.

In the mean time, guidance to the respondents Barr. David Adudu, said, *I will concentrate on the judgment and take vital action to appeal.*

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