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Court Sentences Woman To 14 Days Community Service For Flouting Covid-19 Law by Heyzeezee: 9:14am On Jul 08, 2021
An Ogba Magistrate Court has sentenced one Mrs Raji Sekinat Oluwakemi, a traveller from India to 14 days Community Service for flouting the Coronavirus Pandemic Law 2021 of the State.

According to the Chief State Counsel of the Directorate of Public Prosecutions, Lagos State Ministry of Justice, Benedicta Shokoya, the judgement was sequel to the arraignment of the defendant by the Directorate on behalf of the State Government on a two-count charge.
[https://www.ekohotblog.com/2021/07/08/lagos-court-sentences-woman-to-14-days-community-service-for-flouting-covid-19-law/]

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