Two prosecution witnesses refuse to testify in Evans case over security reasons

Two prosecution witnesses refuse to testify in Evans case over security reasons

Two prosecution witnesses declined to testify in court due to security concerns, stalling the trial of suspected kidnap kingpin Chukwudimeme Onwuamadike alias Evans and Victor Aduba, a dismissed army man. Mr Yusuf Sule, a Lagos state lawyer, revealed this while appearing before an Ikeja Special Offences Court on Monday, November 8.
“We have two witnesses,” Sule said, “but they have stated that they will not be able to testify in court due to security concerns.”
l“The second witness is the younger brother of the kidnap victim. They said they would prefer to testify over zoom.
“As a result, the prosecution will like to file an application for a zoom meeting.” Though Sule’s request was not opposed by Onwuamadike’s counsel, Mr Oyekunle Falabi, and Aduba’s counsel, Mr Emmanuel Ochai, Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo expressed dissatisfaction at the slow pace of the trial. Before adjourning the case to November 29 for a hearing of the prosecution’s application, Justice Taiwo said;  “This is a 2017 case, it is a criminal case, and we ought to have concluded it by now

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