The trial of two Chinese language nationals, Hunzi Neng and Zhang Chuanhong arraigned for allegedly posing as medical practitioners stalled on Wednesday because of the absence of Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP) recommendation.
The Intelligence Response Group of the Nigeria Police arraigned the defendants.
Police counsel Nosa Watson Uhumwango mentioned the incident occurred at No 8, Adeyeri Shut, Off Opebi Highway, Ikeja between January 28, 2017, and October 31, 2020.
The defendants had been alleged to have recklessly and in a negligent method, given medical therapy to sufferers with out licence, resulting in the demise of many victims.
Uhumwango mentioned the defendants, with the intent to defraud, did falsely characterize themselves to be certified medical practitioners and thereby dedicated an offence punishable below Part 380 af the Legal Legislation of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2015.
The defendants pleaded not responsible.
Throughout resumed proceedings, the trial Justice of the Peace S. Okay. Matepo advised the counsels that the court docket had not been furnished with the DPP recommendation, and adjourned the matter until April 12.