Anu Ojo, an eighteen years old teenager, bags six years imprisonment for breaking into a workplace and taking N683,000 in cash.

Anu Ojo was brought before the Ota Magistrates’ Court in Ogun on Wednesday, and Mrs. O. O. Fadairo, the court’s Magistrate, sentenced him to six years in jail for breaking into an office and stealing N683,000 cash.

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The prisoner was charged with theft, burglary, conspiracy, and intentional mischief.
After the offender pled guilty to the accusations presented against him, the Magistrate, Mrs. O. O. Fadairo, sentenced him to six years in jail.

Fadairo, however, granted the prisoner the option of paying a fine of N50,000 and returning the N683,000 to the complainant.

Earlier, the Prosecutor, Insp. E. O. Adaraloye, informed the court that the prisoner and others who remain at large committed the crimes on May 19.


Adaraloye stated that the prisoner and his accomplices, who are still at large, allegedly committed the crimes around 9.00 p.m. at BHR International Ventures Limited, along Ijoko in Ota.

According to the prosecutor, the offender and others planned to break into the accountant’s office and steal N683,000 in cash.

He said they smashed the accountant’s window in the process.

The prosecutor stated that the offenses violated Sections 390,411,451 and 516 of the Criminal Code Laws of Ogun, 2006.