I Engaged In Armed Robbery To Pay School Fees – Student Confesses
Senior Secondary School student in Adamawa State has said that he engaged in robbery to raise money to pay his school fees.Information Guide Nigeria
The 23-year-old student, identified as Abubakar Mohammed, attends Demsawo Government Secondary School in Yola, Adamawa State.Jamb Result
According to SAHARA REPORTERS, Mohammed allegedly broke into the home of Maryam Jamilu at Wauru Jabbe on February 11, during the day, stole mobile phones valued at N74, 000, and N200 cash, and threatened to kill her with a knife.
As reported by SAHARA REPORTER, Maryam later spotted Mohammed outside and was able to identify him as the thief who had robbed her in her house.
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Reports reveal that Mohammed confessed to having committed armed robbery when arraigned at a Yola Magistrates Court.
According to him since his father’s death, there has been no one to help him.
SAHARA REPORTERS reports that the prosecutor, ASP Francis Audu, however, urged the court to remand the defendant at a correctional centre pending legal advice from the state director of public prosecutions.
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