In her judgment, Justice Oluwatoyin Abodunde sentenced each of them to death for the offence of murder; seven years’ imprisonment for conspiracy; and five years for unlawful possession of the human skull.
The judge said, “Every evil or good action in life attracts consequences; in the accused persons’ case, their act has grave consequences.
“The first and second accused persons are hereby sentenced to death by hanging and may the Lord have mercy on your souls.”
During the trial, the prosecution counsel, Eniola Arogundade, called five witnesses and tendered exhibits, including the statements of the accused persons and photographs of one of the accused with the skull. SHARE THIS NEWS USING ANY OF THE BUTTON BELOW PLACE YOUR TEXT ADVERT BELOW ⬇⬇⬇