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Danish Man To Revisit Crime Scene Where He Allegedly Murdered Nigerian Wife, Daughter


Equity Bolanle Okikiolu-Ighile of the Lagos High Court, Igbosere on Monday, November 18, conceded the utilization of a Dane, Peter Nielsen, blamed for killing his significant other and little girl, to return to the location of the wrongdoing which was closed after the episode a year ago. 

Danish national Nielsen, 54, is standing preliminary for the April 5, 2018 passing of his Nigerian artist spouse, Zainab, and their three-and-a-half-year-old girl, Petra. 

The Lagos State Government blamed the Dane for covering Zainab and Petra to death at about 3:45 am at No. 4, Flat 17, Bella Vista Tower, Banana Island, Ikoyi. 

Nielsen was summoned on June 13, 2018 on two include charge of homicide as per Section 223 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015. 

He argue not liable to the charge. 

At the continued becoming aware of the issue Monday, the litigant through his direction, Mrs Oyinkansola Badejo, educated the court that it recorded an application under the steady gaze of the court trying to return to the location of the supposed wrongdoing. 

She said that the application was additionally looking for the nearness of the police at the location of wrongdoing upon the arrival of the visit. 

Badejo told the court that the application, which is dated October 25, has been served on the indictment and they have recognized the administration. 

The Assistant Director of Prosecution Mr Adebayo Haroun in his reaction affirmed the administration of the application, saying they were not contradicting the litigant's application to return to the wrongdoing scene. 

Notwithstanding, Haroun encouraged the court to enable the arraignment to be spoken to on the day the protection will return to the location of the wrongdoing. 

Badejo, notwithstanding, contradicted the arraignment's application, holding that the indictment's quality at the site would be biased to the litigant's case. 

"The indictment has shut its case, the police will be available, the arraignment doesn't need to be available," she said. 

While conveyance her decision, Justice Okikiolu-Ighile, declined the oral use of the arraignment to be spoken to at the return to of the area of wrongdoing. 

"I have noticed that the state didn't record any restriction to the application, I have not seen any explanation given by the guidance that the state will be risked on the off chance that it is absent at the return to of the area of wrongdoing." 

"I thus decline the supplication of the arraignment. Every one of the petitions of the guard are conceded," the judge held. 

Equity Okikiolu-Ighile said the court request will be followed inside 7 days. 

The case was additionally dismissed till December 6 for the guard to open its case.

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