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Home Crimes Watch State Govt. To Pardon 38 Convicted Armed Robbers
State Govt. To Pardon 38 Convicted Armed Robbers

State Govt. To Pardon 38 Convicted Armed Robbers

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The Advisory Council on Prerogative of Mercy, Katsina State, has recommended for pardon no fewer than 38 prison inmates convicted in cases of armed robbery without death.

It further explained that the final report of the council, after necessary deliberation, would be submitted to the state governor for approval.

According to the statement, some of the conditions fulfilled by all the convicts considered for pardon included an undertaking to be of good behaviour and provision of two sureties, besides spending at least 10 years in prison from the date of conviction and a meeting with affected communities and some authorities where a convict hails from the same locality with the victims.

It further explained that the final report of the council, after necessary deliberation, would be submitted to the state governor for approval.

According to the statement, some of the conditions fulfilled by all the convicts considered for pardon included an undertaking to be of good behaviour and provision of two sureties, besides spending at least 10 years in prison from the date of conviction and a meeting with affected communities and some authorities where a convict hails from the same locality with the victims.

Similarly, one convict that was sentenced to a fine in year 2004 is also considered for the pardon by the council chaired by the state commissioner for justice, Ahmed Usman El-Marzuq, with 11 members in attendance.

The resolution of the council was revealed in a statement by an assistant director in the state ministry of information, Shehu Sarki Idris.

It further explained that the final report of the council, after necessary deliberation, would be submitted to the state governor for approval.

According to the statement, some of the conditions fulfilled by all the convicts considered for pardon included an undertaking to be of good behaviour and provision of two sureties, besides spending at least 10 years in prison from the date of conviction and a meeting with affected communities and some authorities where a convict hails from the same locality with the victims.

 

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