Court sentences final year Nigerian university student to 8 months of toilet cleaning

A final-year university student was fortunate to receive a community service term from the court rather than a custodian punishment, which entails cleaning a toilet for eight months.

Amusa Oluwasegunfunmi, a Nigerian guy who is currently a final-year Transport Planning Management student at Tai Solarin University (TASUED), Ijebu Ode, Ogun State, is the convict.

He was found guilty of false impersonation, according to pulse.ng.

Along with Lawal Morenikeji, Osuolale Abiodun, Ajisafe Olaide, and Olamilekan Taofeek, he was found guilty.

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), the anti-corruption organization that prosecuted the defendants.

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They admitted guilt to the allegations brought against them by the EFCC’s Ibadan Zonal Command.

According to Justice Ayo-decision, Emmanuel’s Oluwasegunfunmi must maintain the restrooms at the Ataoja School of Science in Osogbo, Osun State, for the next eight months.

The judge further stated that a court inspection request for the attendance record of the defendant who diligently completed the eight-month sentence must be made.

SOURCE: Pulse.com.gh

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