Lecturer jailed for assaulting pupil who beat up his daughter over boyfriend in Nasarawa

Lecturer jailed

A lecturer on the Federal College of Lafia (FULAFIA), Fred Ayokhai, has been convicted by a Excessive Court docket sitting in Nasarawa State for conspiring along with his kids to assault a feminine pupil, Blessing Mathias.

It could be recalled that the lecturer made headlines in October 2022 for teaming up along with his kids to assault Blessing after she beat up his daughter over a person.

Lecturer jailed

A video which made rounds on-line on the time reveals the lecturer and his children bodily assaulting and stripping the 20-year-old sufferer bare. ICYMI

Following the incident, the police swung into motion and arrested the suspects and arraigned them in court docket.

Lecturer jailed

The lecturer was charged with prison conspiracy, burglary, kidnapping, voluntarily inflicting nice bodily harm with out provocation, and assault whereas his kids – Emmanuella, Bob-Reward, and Saint-Dan – had been joined within the case because the 2nd, third and 4th defendants.

All of them pleaded not responsible to the fees through the prosecution; nonetheless, their legal professional, AU Idris, went to the court docket and proposed a plea deal.

The presiding choose, Solomon Ayenajeh, in his ruling, discovered the lecturer responsible and sentenced him to 6 months in jail for prison conspiracy and a further six months for assault on Thursday, April 20.

He dominated that the fees are to run concurrently and that the six months Ayokhai has spent within the Nigeria Correctional Service’s (NCoS) shall be counted.

Delivering the judgement of the youngsters, the choose stated they are going to spend six months on probation due to their ages. He declared that as a part of their punishment, they’d clear the premises of the Nasarawa State Excessive Court docket.

The choose additionally ordered that the third defendant, Bob-Reward, shave his dreadlocks.

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