“It is trite law and well settled that the guilt of an accused person can be proved by any or more of the following ways:- (a) The confessional statement of the accused persons; (b) Circumstantial evidence; or (c) Evidence of eye-witness of the crime. I refer to Igabele v State (2006) 6 NWLR (Pt.975) 100 at 130.” Per OKORO, J.S.C. in BEMDOO MINDI v. THE STATE (2020- LCER-39169-SC) at p. 32

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