Friday, December 23, 2011

Okadaman Arrested for defiling daughters

Why on earth will a father stoop so low to have sexual relations with his own daughters...This is totally insane..This is yet another piece coming from Vanguard and this his how it was reported:

A 51-year-old Okada rider, Collins Oleka, has been charged before the Family Court sitting in Ikeja, Lagos, for allegedly harassing, sexually assaulting and having carnal knowledge of his daughters, aged 15 and 18 years old respectively.
 

According to the eldest of the girls: “He has been sleeping with me since I was 12 years old and when I reported him to my mother, she warned me not to tell anybody because it will bring shame to our family.
”Now, I am 18 and I can’t continue to bear it, so I told my friend, who informed a non-governmental organisation about it. He also sleeps with my younger sister.”

The alleged offence, which was reported to the police by a Lagos-based NGO, was said to have been committed on September 17, 2011, and contrary to and punishable under sections 262 and 259 laws of Lagos State of Nigeria 2011.

 

However, the girls’ father (Collins), a native of Mbano, Imo State, denied the charge and pleaded not guilty, when he was asked to enter his plea.
 

Magistrate Oshoniyi admitted him to bail in the sum of N200,000 and a surety, whose address must be verified.
 

Collins was later ordered to be remanded in Kirikiri Prison, when nobody indicated interest in standing as surety for him, while the matter was adjourned till February 13.
 

Meantime, in another development, a 37-year-old pastor, Joseph Olukaiyeja, has been charged before an Ejigbo Magistrate‘s Court, Lagos, for allegedly obtaining N1.6 million from two brothers, Akintunde Akinloye and Akindele Akinloye, under false pretence.
 

Olukaiyeja (accused) was arraigned on a five-count charge of conspiracy, fraud and stealing, offences that contravened Sections 390 (9), 419 and 516, Cap C17 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State.


Culled from : Vanguard

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