Three males, Ndou Lukase Rembuluwani, Ndou Ben, and Khoza Ngobeni Small, all 29 years old, were given a combined prison term of 384 years by the Limpopo Division of the High Court in Polokwane.
According to reports, between September and October of 2017 the three prisoners were in the Seshego and Westenburg regions. They were reportedly a part of the “Boko Haram” terrorist organization that ransacked the villages in the Polokwane municipality.
They were found guilty of killing someone, attempting to kill someone, possessing weapons without a license, breaking into houses, stealing, maliciously destroying property, and illegal immigration.
They were scheduled to get a total of 384 years in prison from the Polokwane High Court.
In other news, the Ogun State Police Command is said to have detained two men in Ogun State who are accused of stealing a ram in preparation for this weekend’s Eid-Il-Kabir festival.
Adetunji Alagbe and Opeyemi Ogunlokun, the culprits, were apprehended on Tuesday, July 5, 2022, as a result of a report made by Sodiq Abolore, the ram’s owner.
The ram’s owner claims that at around 3 am, while still asleep in his chamber, he noticed an odd noise coming from his property, which prompted him to peer out of the window.
When he peered out of his window, he discovered that the iron gate he had used to bar access to the room where he kept the Sallah ram had been torn down.
Abimbola Oyeyemi, the Ogun State Image Maker, claimed that the victim implied that he left his room only to discover that his Sallah ram, which he had paid N120,000 for, was gone.
When the victim went looking for the ram, he noticed three individuals shoving it into a waiting Mazda car booth, which caused him to get alarmed and dial 911 for help.