2010 october 1st Independence Day Bombing: Charles Okah sentenced to life imprisonment

Charles Okah has been sentenced to life imprisonment for his role in the 2010 Independence Day bombing in Abuja.
Charles, the younger brother of Henry Okah, was sentenced by the Federal High Court in Abuja on Wednesday evening.

He was sentenced alongside Obi Nwabueze, his co-accused for the crime.
The elder Okah had been sentenced for a similar crime in South Africa, where he was based.
A dozen people were killed in the bombing at Eagle Square, Abuja during the Goodluck Jonathan administration.

Recall That The 2010 Nigeria Independence Day Attack Left 12 Dead And 17 Injured, After Two Car Bombings Carried Out Against Crowds Celebrating The Fiftieth Anniversary Of The Country’s Freedom From Colonial Rule.
It Was Also Reported That MEND Had Issued A Warning Less Than An Hour Before The First Bomb Stating The Location And The Time.

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