JIBRIN
V.
FRN

(2018) JELR 46260 (SC)    

Supreme Court  ·  SC.771/2014 ·  23 Feb 2018 ·  Nigeria
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Jibrin v. F.R.N. (2018) 13 NWLR (Pt. 1635) 20
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OLABODE RHODES-VIVOUR Justice of The Supreme Court of Nigeria KUMAI BAYANG AKA'AHS Justice of The Supreme Court of Nigeria JOHN INYANG OKORO Justice of The Supreme Court of Nigeria AMINA ADAMU AUGIE Justice of The Supreme Court of Nigeria PAUL ADAMU GALINJE Justice of The Supreme Court of Nigeria
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AMINA ADAMU AUGIE, J.S.C. (Delivering the Leading Judgment): The Appellant, and fourteen other Herdsmen, were arraigned before the Federal High Court, Jos, on a three count Charge of conspiracy, possession of firearms and acts of terrorism, to wit-

Intimidated, put in fear citizens of Kadunu Village and environs in Mangu Local Government Area of Plateau State, while armed with dangerous weapons such as machetes, knives, bows and arrow, slings and axes, pursuant to which you put in danger the residents of these villages causing the death of several person, serious injuries to several others, damage to public and private properties and natural resources and thereby committed an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 15 (2) of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission Act 2004.

At the trial, the Prosecution called five Witnesses and tendered fifty-seven Exhibits, including dane guns, bows and arrows, etc., and the Statements of the Appellant and other Accused Persons to the Po…

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