Poly Student Who Stole Laptop & Jailed For Two Years Is Back Again In Prison For Stealing Another One

A 30-year-old student of Lagos State Polytechnic, Isolo
campus, western Nigeria, who regained freedom after spending two years in
prison custody at Kirikiri, has returned to the same prison for the same
offence two months after he regained freedom.
The convict, Bolarinwa Oluwafemi, was earlier sentenced to
two years imprisonment for stealing a laptop by the Mushin Magistrate’s court
after he pleaded guilty.
For committing the second crime, he was jailed for 18 months
without an option by Ijeshatedo Magistrate’s court.

Oyo State-born Oluwafemi was arrested and charged to court
by the police after he went to LUTH and stole a laptop belonging to a student,
Adaku Agim, worth N83,000.
While he was escaping with the gadget, security guards
arrested him and handed him over to the police.
When Oluwafemi was arraiged, he pleaded guilty and begged
the court to temper justice with mercy because he was released from prison two
months ago.
In view of his confession before the court, the prosecutor,
Mr Kunle Shonibare told the court to take judicial notice of his confession as
an ex-convict.
Shonibare said from Oluwafemi’s confession, he was a
habitual criminal who would not change and if he was allowed to go free, the
society would suffer because he would go back to commit crime.
The presiding Magistrate, Mrs O.A. Gbajumo noted that he
would be a bad influence in the society and sentenced him to 18 months
imprisonment without an option of fine.

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