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ALUU 4: Monarch, 3 Others Get Bail

October 17, 2013

Four people have been granted bail in the trial of what can be described as Nigeria’s most gruesome lynching.  
A high court sitting in Port Harcourt this morning October 17th granted bail to four out of the twelve persons facing trail in the murder case of the four Uniport students.
 
 The four are: Omoikiri Aluu monarch: Alhaji Welewa, Okoghiroh Endurance, Ozioma Abajuo and Chigozie Evans Samuel.
 
Presiding Judge, Justice Letan Nyordee granted them bail on grounds that their offense is not a capital offense and is bailable. They were granted bail of N2 million with two sureties and the court asked the sureties to submit their passports.
 
The sureties must also have landed property in Port Harcourt and must show means of livelihood and evidence of paying tax for two years. The other eight suspects were refused bail due to the murder charges against them.
The court also admitted the photographs negatives and the Youtube CD of the incident tendered as exhibits in the matter
 

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