Ngella arson case adjourns


THE case against a man charged for arson has adjourned to April 5 to allow the defence lawyer to send a proposal to the prosecution.

Public Prosecutor John Zoze told the court that on the last occasion defence lawyer Daniel Kwalai mentioned that they are going to send a proposal in regards to the charge but since then no proposal has been received.

However on yesterday’s appearance the defence lawyer did not turn up and the prosecutor seek to adjourn the case to allow the defence lawyer appear to up-date the court on their intended proposal on the case.

This is the case against Francis Sabale of Haroro Village in Ngella.

Police alleged that the accused has set fire to a building in that village on December 27, 2017.

The matter was reported to Tulagi police in which he was arrested and charged to appear in court.

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