Three commercial sex workers have appeared in an Upper Area court in Mararraba, near Abuja, for alleged fighting over a man and causing public nuisance.
They are Helen Emmanuel, Mary Godwin and Kate Oyeye, all of area ‘C’ Nyanya, FCT, were charged with fighting in public and causing obstruction on Sani Abacha Road, near Nyanya.
Prosecutor Steven Kwaza told the court that the one Cpl Thomas Nnamani, lodged a report at the Sani Abacha Road Police Station, Mararraba, on March 18.
He said the accused persons engaged in a free for all, thereby, disturbing the public peace.
The prosecutor said the offence contravened Section 113 and 149 of the Panel code, respectively and attracts three years imprisonment, option of fine or both on conviction.
The accused persons however pleaded not guilty to the charges.
The Judge, Mr. Vincent Gwahemba, admitted the accused to bail in the sum of N20, 000 each.
Gwehamba ordered that the surety must present one passport photograph each and supply the court with reliable addresses.
He adjourned the case to April10, for hearing proper. (NAN)
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