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Three teenagers in court for causing nuisance around Wike’s residence in Abuja

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The Police on Friday arraigned three teenagers before a Grade l Area Court in Lugbe, Abuja, for allegedly causing public nuisance.

According to Guardian, the suspects, Nasiru Abdullahi, 18, Usman Jabrin, 17, and Aliyu Adamu, 18, all of whom have no fixed address, were arraigned on charges of conspiracy and public nuisance.

They, however, pleaded not guilty.

The prosecutor, Mr Stanley Nwaforaku, told the court that Insp. Godwin Gabriel and his patrol team attached to Asokoro Police Station arrested the defendants.

He said that the defendants were causing a public nuisance around the residence of Federal Capital Territory Minister Nyesom Wike.

According to the prosecutor, the defendants were warned against their actions but they failed to listen.

He added that during the police investigation, the teenagers could not give satisfactory reasons for their actions.

The judge, Malam Aliyu Kagarko, ordered that the defendants be remanded in custody.

He held that he must see their relations before granting them bail.

Kagarko adjourned the case until Oct. 13 for mention.

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