Man beats employer over delayed salary in Lagos

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A 19-year-old employee, John Edward , was on Tuesday arraigned in Lagos for beating up his employer over delay in the payment of salary.


The accused, whose address was not stated in court, is facing a four-count charge bordering on assault, conspiracy and malicious damage before an Ikeja Magistrates’ Court.

The Prosecutor, Mr Ishola Samuel, told the court that the accused committed the offences on Sept. 1 at Olusoji Idowu St. Ilupeju, Lagos.

Samuel said the accused conspired with others still at large and assaulted their employer, Solomon David, over delay in the payment of their salaries.

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“The accused used dangerous weapons such as iron rod and stick to inflict injuries on the complainant,’’ the prosecutor said.

According to him, the accused and his collaborators also destroyed a telephone handset worth N7,000 and tore their employer’s shirt, valued at N10, 000.

Samuel said that the offences contravened Sections 410, 171 and 337 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2011.

The accused pleaded not guilty.

The Magistrate, Miss A .R Onilogbo, granted the accused N50,000 bail with two sureties in like sum.

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The case was adjourned to Nov. 1, for hearing.


4 thoughts on “Man beats employer over delayed salary in Lagos

  1. Aaaaah !!! You asked person whey never collect salary to pay 50,000 bail, make him go sell him property bah ?

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