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PROOF OF THE OFFENCE OF CONSPIRACY – WHETHER THE OFFENCE OF CONSPIRACY CAN BE

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“The actual agreement alone constitutes the offence of conspiracy and it is not necessary to prove that the act had in fact been committed. The offence of conspiracy is rarely or seldom proved by direct evidence but by circumstantial evidence and inference from certain proved acts. See Obiakor vs. The State (2002) 36 WRN 1 at 10, Egunjobi vs. F.R.N. (2001) 53 WRN 20 at 54 and The State vs. Osoba (2004) 21 WRN 113.” PER U. A. OGAKWU, J.C.A., in

Kole Bello V Federal Republic Of Nigeria LER[2018] CA/L/1105C /2011 https://legalpediaonline.com/kole-bello-v-federal-republic-of-nigeria/


   
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