UKPA OFIM V. THE QUEEN

Corroboration which is required is not corroboration of the details of the crime given by the 2nd witness for the Crown, but some independent tes­timony which affects the accused, by tending to connect him with the crime. R. v. The and others 4 W.A.C.A. 131. There can be no doubt that the evidence of the deceased’s wife (5th wit­ness for the Crown) tends to implicate the appellant in the crime, and un­doubtedly affords sufficient corroboration of the direct evidence of the ac­complice. Per ADEMOLA, C.J.F. at P. 2, paras. D & E.
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