Mary Konye remained calm and stony-faced as the guilty verdict was announced to a packed court room. Naomi Oni's mother jumped from her set and appeared jubilant at the verdict.
Judge, David Radford adjourned sentence until March 7 while psychological reports are prepared and said:
In ordering these reports my judgement is that in all likelihood the case well lead to a substantial custodial sentence.'But it will not be decided until I have had these reports - I do not want Konye to misunderstand the reasons.
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