Former Ogun Dep. Speaker Arraigned Over Breach Of Peace In Meeting Premises
Oludare Kadiri, a former Deputy Speaker of Ogun Home of Meeting, was arraigned over an alleged menace to life and breach of peace, on Wednesday, Might 24.
Kadiri, 54, who resides at No. 1, Meba Shut, In the past-Iwoye, is going through a two-count cost of menace to life and inflicting a breach of peace.
He, nevertheless, pleaded not responsible to the fees most well-liked in opposition to him.
The Prosecutor, Insp. Lawrence Olu-Balogun informed the court docket that the defendant dedicated the offences on March 25 at about 8:40 a.m. on the premises of the meeting in Oke-Mosan.
Olu-Balogun mentioned that the defendant got here into the meeting premises and threatened the lives of the lawmakers and different members of workers.
He additional acknowledged that the defendant additionally used his automobile to dam the doorway gate of the meeting.
The prosecutor mentioned that the previous lawmaker did conduct himself in a way more likely to trigger a breach of peace by mounting an assault which disrupted the law-making course of within the meeting.
Olu-Balogun acknowledged that the defendant had been on suspension since March 2022, however claimed that he had secured a judgment from an Ogun Excessive Courtroom, asking him to return to his workplace.
He added that when the defendant obtained to the meeting, the safety operatives on the gate denied him entry to the premises.
Based on him, the offences contravene Sections 86(1) and 249(D) of the Felony Code, Legal guidelines of Ogun, 2006.
The Chief Justice of the Peace, Mrs M.O. Osinbajo, admitted the defendant to bail on self-recognisance.
Osinbajo adjourned the case until June 1 for trial.