Billionaire Ayiri Emami, others arraigned over Olu of Warri missing N2bn crowns
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Billionaire Ayiri Emami, others arraigned over Olu of Warri missing N2bn crowns

The dethroned Ologbotsere of Warri Kingdom, Ayiri Emami, was on Wednesday, arraigned by the police...

The Delta State Police Command has arraigned billionaire Chief Ayirimi Emami before a magistrate court sitting in Warri over the alleged invasion of the Palace of the Olu of Warri and subsequent theft of his crown.

The dethroned Ologbotsere of Warri Kingdom, Ayiri Emami, was on Wednesday, arraigned before a Warri South Chief Magistrates’ Court in Delta State for allegedly stealing two royal crowns valued at N2bn.

The Police arraignment of Chief Emami is contained in Charge No:MW/178C/2021 on three charges.

The charges read in part, "That you Chief Ayirimi Emami “M” and others now at large on 30th March 2021 at about 11:30pm(2330hrs) at Olu Palace, Warri in the Warri Magisterial District did conspire among yourselves to commit felony such as burglary and stealing and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 516 of the Criminal Code Cap C21 Vol. 1 laws of Delta State 2006.

"That you Chief Chief Ayirimi Emami ”m” and others now at large on the 30th March 2021 at about 11:30pm(2330hrs) at Olu Palace, Warri in the Warri Magisterial District with intent to commit a felony broke into a dwelling house of the Olu of Warri and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 411 of the Criminal Code Cap C21 Vol.1 Laws of Delta State 2006.

"That you Chief Ayirimi Emami”m”and others now at large on the 30th March at about 11:30pm(2330hrs) at Olu Palace Warri in the Warri Magisterial District did stole two crowns value two billion naira(N2,000,000,000.00) property of Itseliri Kingdom and thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 390(9) of the Criminal Code Cap C21 Vol.1 laws of Delta State 2006."

The Court presided over by Mrs Diejomaoh, a Chief Magistrate, however granted Chief Ayirimi Emami bail with two sureties with two million naira each.

The two sureties, the Court said, must be level fifteen civil servants.

The case was then adjourned till January 19, 2022, for further hearing.

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