The Federal High Court in Abuja has given stringent bail circumstances to Gloria Okolie, a 21-year-old younger girl arrested and enslaved by operatives of the Inspector-General of Police’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT) in Imo State.
Okolie is being prosecuted for terrorism-related costs by the Nigeria Police Force.
SaharaReporters learnt on Tuesday that she was granted bail on stringent circumstances.
Justice Taiwo Taiwo of the Federal High Court, Abuja in granting Okolie bail said some circumstances as requisite for granting her bail.
The circumstances embrace the supply of two sureties, one in all whom should be at the least a degree 14 Civil Servant; whereas the opposite should personal landed property and should have lived at the moment deal with for at the least 2 years.
However, Okolie and her co-defendant, Emeoyiri Uzoma Benjamin, will stay in jail custody pending the fulfilment of their bail circumstances.
Samuel Ihensekhien Jnr was current in courtroom for the defendants alongside Friday John.
The Federal High Court had earlier in November remanded Okolie who was arrested and enslaved by operatives of the Inspector-General of Police’s Intelligence Response Team (IRT) in Imo State.
Despite the general public outcries and clamour for her launch, the police charged Okolie to the courtroom for terrorism in a case, FHC/ABJ/CR/297/2021, with the Federal Republic of Nigeria because the complainant and Emeoyiri Uzoma Benjamin and Okolie Glory because the defendants.
According to courtroom paperwork obtained by SaharaReporters, Emeoyiri was charged on depend one to depend eight whereas Okolie was charged on depend 9 to depend 12. The duo had been thereafter remanded by the courtroom.
One of the counts learn, “That you, Okolie Glory, female adult of Obor-Ofonumus community, Orlu Local Government Area, Imo State, sometime in 2021 at Amaifeke, Banana Junction, Orlu, in Imo State within the jurisdiction of this honourable court committed an act of terrorism by providing information to Emeoyiri Benjamin, a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra, a proscribed organisation in Nigeria on the presence of the police officers in the area in order to evade apprehension by the police and you thereby committed an offence punishable under Section 5 of the Terrorism (Prevention) (Amendment) Act 2013.”
Another learn that Okolie Glory “collected N200, 000from one Chinasa Nworu in furtherance of acts of terrorism” someday in 2021.
Another depend alleged that she collected N300, 000 from the identical Chinasa Nworu in furtherance of acts of terrorism.
She was additionally accused of concealing “information about acts of terrorism which you know to be of material assistance in securing the apprehension of Emeoyiri Uzoma Benjamin, a member of the Indigenous People of Biafra, a proscribed organisation in Nigeria but failed to disclose such information to any law enforcement or security agency as soon as practicable”.