Teenager begs court to free him from his parent

A teenager, Lasisi Adewale, standing trial for drug abuse on Friday begged an Area Court sitting at Centre-Igboro, Ilorin, to emancipate him from his parents.

Adewale pleaded with the court to “separate him from his parents,” saying that he was not sure if they wanted the best for him.

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“Even though my parents had been catering for my needs since infancy, I do not want anything to do with them again.

“I want to stay far away from them and be on my own without any disturbance,” he said

Earlier, the presiding Judge, Hammad Ajumonbi while ruling, ordered that Adewale be remanded in a borstal home .

The judge said that considering the effort of the father, who wants the best for the child, the court sees it as worthy of granting.

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The court therefore ruled that the defendant should be admitted into the institute for a period of two years.

The Judge ordered that the defendant should be guided and allowed to learn any skill of his choice during the period of his stay.

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