The fact of the case was that, the accused on or about the 27th April, 1969, caused the death of Hamadu Adamu by doing an act, that is, he shot him with an arrow on the left side of the neck with
The appellant was charged with and convicted of murder at Eriwu Village farm, Ago-Iwoye, on or about the 26th September, 1968, of one Yesiratu Seidu.
The appellant was tried and convicted in the High Court for the murder of one Bale Kokoro and sentenced to death.
The appellant, a never “do well” and an incorrigible dependant dealt repeated blows on the heads of his elder half-brother and his wife while both were asleep.
In this case the appellant have killed his senior wife on the ground that she has used a sort of witchcraft which made him impotent.
The appellant is the husband of the deceased but they do not live together. For some reason he took a gun and shot the deceased dead. He took to his heels and was later arrested.
The Appellant was charged for uttering of two counterfeit notes, an offence punishable under Section 5(1) (a) of the counterfeit Currency (Special Provisions) Act 1974, and (b) being in possession
Following a rumour that the deceased, Abdullahi Alhaji Umaru, insulted the Holy Prophet Mohammed, the appellant killed the deceased with a knife after a mob had beaten the deceased up; and admitted