Arowolo: Prosecution Closes Case Of Man Who Killed Wife

Arowolo: Prosecution Closes Case Of Man Who Killed Wife

Arowolo: Prosecution Closes Case Of Man Who Killed Wife

The Directorate of Public Prosecutions, DPP has concluded the prosecution of it’s case against Mr Akolade Arowolo accused of killing his banker wife, Titilayo in June last year with the presentation of it’s last witness, Mr Kingsley Ehebhe, a fraud analyst from MTN.

Ehebhe came to present the call logs of Arowolo, made and received on the fateful day, his wife was killed and other calls between June 1 and July 26, 2011.

When the logs were presented to the court as evidence, the defence counsel, Mr Olarenwaju Ajanaku objected with claims the log entries were blurred and that it did not comply with the evidence act.

However Justice Lateefa Okunnu, overruled the objection and admitted the call logs. After the prosecuting team closed their case, counsel to Arowolo said he had five witnesses.

The court adjourned to Nov. 29 for Arowolo to open his defence. Arowolo was charged to court in December for allegedly stabbing his wife to death on June, 24, 2011, at their residence located in Isolo, Lagos.

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