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Court sentences Socialite to 27 months in Prison over PMS Souvenir

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A Mobile Court sitting at Oshodi-Lagos, has convicted a socialite Ms. Ogbulu Pearl for distributing Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) – fuel, as a souvenir at a party.

A Mobile Court sitting at Oshodi-Lagos, has convicted a socialite Ms. Ogbulu Pearl for distributing Premium Motor Spirit (PMS) - fuel, as a souvenir at a party.
Ms. Ogbulu along the PMS Souvenir

The defendant was earlier arraigned before the Special Offences court on March 14, for the offence of distributing PMS – Fuel as a souvenir during her installation party on March 5.

Reciting the gravity of the deed, the offences violate section 251(1), 168 (1), 244 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 and Section 195 (2)(b) of the Environmental Management Protection Law of Lagos State 2017.

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Delivering judgement in the matter after the defendant changed her plea from ‘not guilty ‘ to guilty, Chief Magistrate Kehinde Ogundare sentenced her to three months’ imprisonment or option of N15,000 fine on the first count of the charge.

The magistrate also ordered the defendant to pay N1 million fine on the second and third count of the charge or face a two-year imprisonment.

The Magistrate held that the prosecution has successfully proven the charge against the defendant beyond a reasonable doubt and thereby ‘convicted and sentenced’ her accordingly.

 

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