Witness testifies in trial of late business mogul’s son
Witness in the on going trial of Sulaimon Sanusi, son of the late Lagos business mogul, Chief Olajide Abdul-Rasak Sanusi, over alleged possession of fire arms, has told an Igbosere Magistrate’s Court that the content of the petition that was brought before the Assitant Inspector General of Police (AIG), was about conspiracy, stealing, willful disrespect to court order.
The prosecuting witness, Oyedele Temidayo said the order bothers on the management of property worth N2 billion belonging to late chief Olajide Sanusi and threat to the executors.
The prosecuting witness also told the court that the petition was brought sometime in October 2014, Acting AIG, Zone 2, Onikan, by one Ikide Ehighelna on behalf of Bimbo Sanusi and other executors of the estate of the late Sanusi.
Temidayo who was being led in evidence by the prosecuting officer, Inspector Steven Molo, said that in the petition, the complainant’s father left a lot of properties in which there was a will and a will probate and an enrolment order which stated that the defendant should handover their late father’s properties to the executors, adding that the executors should run the companies together and bring forth report of stewardship to the court that gave the order.
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