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Friday, December 15, 2017

Discharged Inmate Refuses To Go Home Says "They" Will Kill Him Outside

There was a mild drama at the Aguata prisons in Anambra State when a defendant, Tobias Mbaekwe who was granted bail on health condition, declined to leave the prison environment despite family's readiness to meets the bail conditions.





Mbaekwe, who hailed from Ozubulu in Ekwusigo local government area of the state, was among the three juveniles who were incarcerated at medium security prisons, Aguata and ten others freed by the State Chief Judge, Justice Peter Umeadi on health ground and delay in prosecution.

The defendant collapsed on the floor shortly after the ruling that he would be granted bail, begging the Chief Judge to allow him stay back in the prison, where he said his life will be more secured.
He informed the court that his relatives, numbering THIRTY ONE, have ganged up to KILL him.


They said they will kill me if I come back home. They grabbed my father’s land after killing him in 1980. They latter kidnapped me and threatened to kill me and that is why they abandoned me here since 2012,” he cried out.


Justice Umeadi however directed the Aguata Prisons Welfare Officer to take the defendant to the DPP of Ozubulu Police station who would in turn accompany him home. He also directed that the defendant be visited every three months, adding that he could be re-arraigned by the DPO anytime they wanted to prosecute him.


From Daily trust

6 comments:

  1. Hia they should biko have mercy and let him be He has suffered too much.

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  2. It is very common for ex prisoners to do this, cos the system doesn't really favour ex convict and when they do get out they are largely left on their own with no sort of support system. I have witnessed one first hand at Oko prison the woman ran right back wailing she didn't want to go out there, she has nowhere to go and no one to go back to . They insisted she is free and should locate her family she held on to the gate crying. Saw a lot of babies in prison n i was depressed for like a week. The environment is just not suitable for those kids, i asked the wardens how come so many kids n they said, a lot of them came in preggy or with babies. I wonder if that is what that killer wife wants to subject her baby to, just to curry some pity. Sad

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  3. The fear of fitting into society and/or surviving.

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