“Where the law prescribes the maximum term of imprisonment for an offence, the trial court has discretion to impose less but not more than the maximum sentence prescribed. The discretion must be exercised judicially and judiciously, having regard to the facts and Circumstances of the case. An appellate Court will not interfere with the exercise of discretion unless it is shown to be improperly done by the Court, or that the Court acted arbitrarily or took irrelevant matters into consideration. See: IDAM VS F.R.N. (2020) LPELR 49564 (SC) at 9 1o C – C, EROMOSELE VS F.R.N. (2018) LPELR 4385 (SC) 32.” Per TIJJANI ABUBAKAR, JSC in PATRICK EZERIKE V. THE STATE (2022-LCER-46643-SC) at P. 23; Paras.