Ex-UN Staff gets two-year jail term for Robbery


A Court in Manhattan on Thursday sentenced, the 53-year-old Nigerian, who worked at the UN in 2013, to two years in prison after his counsel were able to get a plea agreement.
His jail term fell short of the 5 years the prosecutor had asked the court to initially hand down.
Shuaibu pleaded guilty to one count of Attempted Robbery in the Second Degree; one count of Robbery in the Third Degree, a non-violent offense; and two counts of Grand Larceny, also non-violence offense.
Grand larceny, also known as a grand theft, is the intentional taking of someone’s property or business under illegal conditions.
Shuaibu received two years for the one count of Attempted Robbery in the ‘Second Degree’ and one year for the Robbery in the ‘This Degree’ and one year for the ‘Grand Larceny’ to run concurrently with the two years sentence. 

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