Connect with us

Crime

To avert ‘impending doom’, widow gives herself, two teenage daughters to Lagos mechanic for sex 

Published

A 39-year-old widow has fallen prey to the manipulation of a Lagos-based auto mechanic, Monsuru Adesiyan a.k.a. Oba Idan, who told her sick son would die if certain rites were not performed.

Adesiyan, 35, allegedly lured the widow into sexual relations a month after her husband died on the pretex that it was the only remedy for a looming calamity that would befall the family.

He added that he will take the girls – aged 13 and 19 – to bed and use a white cloth to cleanse their private parts for a propitiation at a deity’s groove.

The widow, in her ignorance, forced her reluctant daughters to sleep with Adesiyan, telling them that they only had to do it for a few days.

Trouble, however, began when Adesiyan continued to extend the duration of his affair with the innocent girls by several weeks, making love to them day and night.

The situation later degenerated into an altercation between him and their mother, prompting the leadership of the Odua People’s Congress (OPC) in the area to intervene and arrest Adesiyan.

According to Fakorede Oluifa, a chieftain of OPC in Iju Station area of Lagos where Adesiyan lives with Olanike, the suspect had vanished for many days before he was arrested a fortnight ago as he sneaked into the house to move the distraught girls and their mother to an unknown location.

Oluifa said:

“Four days ago, I met the couple (Olanike and Adesiyan) fighting. It was such a big fight and the woman’s daughters from another marriage were crying. She opened up to me that her new ‘husband’ had been sleeping with  her two daughters on the pretext that he wanted to fortify them against evil and help cure her only son of his mysterious illness.

“We wanted to apprehend Monsuru (Adesiyan), but he ran away from home. However, yesterday, he  neaked into the house and wanted to take the girls away so they would not reveal to us how he had been violating them and subjecting them to sacrilegious sexual intercourse.

“We, however, intercepted him and he opened up on how he had been sleeping with the two girls and wiping their private parts with a white cloth for evil purposes.’’

Oluifa added that the suspect would be taken to the Red Brick Police Division in Iju.

MORE READING!  Nigerian businessman, accused of theft, beaten to death in India [Video]

In his own confession, Adesiyan said he had been sleeping with the two girls with the consent of their mother, who he deceived into believing that doing so was the only solution to her son’s illness as well as a way to avert a looming spiritual attack on her children.

He said:

My name is Monsuru Adesiyan. I am a mechanic by profession and a native of Akufo village in Ibadan, Oyo State. I have two children, a boy and a girl, with my former wife who died some years ago. I started dating this woman (Olanike) about six months ago and we live at Crossing area of Agbado (Lagos).

“Her only son, named Mathew, was sick and I consulted one of my brothers, Fabunmi, who is a herbalist, and he said the solution to the boy’s mysterious illness was for me to sleep with his older sisters, Morenikeji and Opeyemi, for seven days.

“My brother said that I would have to wipe the girls’ private parts with a white cloth which I must bring before a deity for propitiation.

“I have since been sleeping with the girls with the consent of their mother (who is also pregnant for him). I discouraged their mother from taking them to their father’s funeral by telling her that they would be attacked by evil people who are members of their father’s family.’’

Asked if he would be happy if anyone violated his daughter the way he did to 13-year-old Morenikeji and her 19-year-old sister, Opeyemi, he said:

‘’I won’t be happy if anyone violates my eight-year-old daughter.’’

The distraught girls said they initially protested against sleeping with their mother’s new lover, adding that they had to yield ground because their mother insisted that it was the only solution to their brother’s ill-health.

MORE READING!  Gani Adams welcome set of twins with wife

Opeyemi said:

“I used to be a teacher in a private school in Ibadan, Oyo State. I was living with my late father’s younger brother.

“Suddenly, my mother visited me and told me that a member of my father’s family was using my glory and disturbing my siblings spiritually. She told me that I might run mad if certain atonement involving spiritual cleansing was not done for me.

“She said the spiritual cleansing would involve Monsuru (Adesiyan) sleeping with me. I was shocked that she could yield to such a distasteful arrangement. I was reluctant about it but my mother continued to persuade me until I gave in to Monsuru. My mother said he would sleep with me for four days only for Monsuru to change the timing to one week. He has slept with me for two weeks now. He made love to me and my sister every day until the situation became unbearable and I cried out and threatened to return to Ibadan.

“It was in the midst of the altercations that OPC operatives got to know that Monsuru had been having an affair with us, against our wish.’’

Also speaking, Morenikeji, who fought back tears as she recalled Adesiyan’s escapades, said: “Monsuru has already impregnated our mother.

I am 13 years old and was a virgin until he forcibly made love to me.

He had accompanied my mother to where my younger brother, Mathew, was receiving treatment for prolonged cough.

“He told my mother that my brother’s illness was beyond the ordinary, noting that my late father’s relations were behind it.

“By then, my father was receiving treatment for swollen legs which later led to his death. He moved in with my mother at my father’s house in Fagba area of Iju Station, a Lagos suburb, and said the only solution to my brother’s sickness was for him to sleep with me and my elder sister. He used our mother to lure us into the plan and said he would have sex with me for just three days but later changed it to one month. He was making love to me morning, afternoon and night. We want Nigerians to save us from him o.’’

Explaining her complicity in the matter, the mother of the girls, who also admitted she’s currently carrying his lover’s pregnancy, said she was deceived by Monsuru into believing that certain people were after her and her children, through which he made love to her daughters.

MORE READING!  31-year-old armed robbery, murder suspect arrested in Imo

She said:

“Monsuru (Adesiyan) said his brother, a herbalist, told him to make love to my daughters as a solution to my son’s sickness, and to prevent those responsible for my husband’s death from attacking my children and I.

“I asked him to allow me to speak with his brother on the telephone but he refused. He tricked me into believing that my little son’s blood had been sucked dry by unseen evil forces and that making love to my daughters would heal my son, hence, I reluctantly agreed.  He said he would wipe my daughters’ private part with a white cloth that he would subsequently take to a shrine for atonement.  I reluctantly agreed because he said my son would die if I refused to approve of his intervention. He said that I would also vomit blood and die if I told anyone about him having sex with my daughters.

‘’We started dating shortly after my husband died in July (2019) and he discouraged me from taking my children to my husband’s funeral. He said that some persons behind my husband’s death would attack me at the funeral.’’

The Nation

 

Crime

India police arrest Pigeon on suspicion of being a Pakistan spy

Published

on

India police arrest Pigeon on suspicion of being a Pakistan spy

The India police have arrested a pigeon on suspicion that it is a trained spy for Pakistan.

Indian officials said that the pink painted bird carrying a “coded message,” attached to its foot was alleged to have flown from across the border that separates Indian and Pakistan-controlled parts of Kashmir, according to reports.

Villagers living close to the border in Manyari turned the pigeon over to authorities after catching it along the border, Sky News reported.

Geeta Devi, a resident of the Kathua district of Indian-administered Kashmir, reported that the bird flew into her home Sunday night. Police logged the animal as a “Pak Suspected Spy” and launched an investigation to decipher the message, the outlet reported.

MORE READING!  Buhari writes Reps, seeks fresh $5.513bn loan

“We don’t know where the bird has come from. Locals on our side captured it near our fence,” Kathua police’s senior superintendent Shailendra Mishra told the Times of India.

“The pigeon, suspected to be trained in Pakistan for spying, has a ring with letters and numbers written on it,” a police source said.

“Though birds have no boundaries and many fly across international borders during migration, a coded ring tagged to the captured pigeon’s body is a cause of concern as migratory birds have no such rings,” the source added.

READ ALSO: Sanwo-Olu dedicates first anniversary to frontline health workers in Lagos

However, in an update, a Pakistani villager has urged Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi to return his pigeon, currently being held in India on charges of spying.

MORE READING!  Obasanjo faults US over Adesina probe, writes ex-African leaders

The man identified as Habibullah, who lives just 4km (2.5 miles) from the border, said he flew his pigeons to celebrate Eid festival.

This is not the first time birds have reportedly been used for espionage in the disputed territory in the past.

In 2016, the Indian police arrested a pigeon that was found carrying a warning note to Prime Minister Narendra Modi near the nation’s heavily militarized border with Pakistan.

MORE READING!  Police arraign man, 26, over alleged fraud

In 2013, Indian security forces found a dead falcon fitted with a small camera, and in 2010 another pigeon was detained over spying fears.

Continue Reading

Crime

Police arraign man, 26, over alleged fraud

Published

on

The police on Friday arraigned a 26-year-old man, Ilesanmi Ojo, before an Ado-Ekiti Chief Magistrates’ Court over alleged fraud.

The defendant of no fixed address is standing trial on a count charge of the alleged fraud.

The prosecutor, Insp. Oriyomi Akinwale told the court that the defendant committed the offense sometimes in the month of Dec. 2019 at Onala area in Ado-Ekiti.

MORE READING!  World Bank approved $346m for projects in Nigeria, Cameroon, Chad, Niger

He alleged that the defendant, a mechanic, fraudulently obtained the sum of N155,000 from one Pastor Olusegun Olufowose to repair his Sienna vehicle.

Akinwale also alleged that the defendant duplicated the key of a Nissan Pathfinder Jeep with Reg. No. WWW 852 AE, belonging to the complainant without his consent.

He said the offenses contravened Sections 421 and 508 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Ekiti State, 2012.

MORE READING!  Police arraign man, 26, over alleged fraud

The prosecutor asked the court for an adjournment to enable him to study the case file and assemble his witnesses.

The defendant pleaded not guilty.

His counsel, Mr. Olarewaju Oluwasola, urged the court to grant his client bail, with a promise that he would not jump bail.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs. Olanike Adegoke, granted bail to the defendant in the sum of N100,000 with two sureties in like sum.

MORE READING!  Alleged forgery: Arrest warrant on two Sri Lankans still stands, judge says

She adjourned the case until June 24 for hearing.

Continue Reading

Crime

You have case to answer, court tells mechanic accused of manslaughter

Published

on

An Ikeja High Court on Friday told a mechanic, Taiwo Adeyemi, accused of killing a colleague during a physical scuffle, that he had to defend the manslaughter charge filed against him by the Lagos State Government.

Justice Hakeem Oshodi, delivering a ruling on a no-case submission filed by defence counsel, Mr Adetokunbo Agoro, said the prosecution for the state had presented sufficient evidence before the court to warrant Adeyemi putting up a defence.

According to reports the ruling on the no-case submission was originally slated to have been delivered on May 4 but was delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Delivering the ruling online, Justice Oshodi said: “From the evidence laid before the court by the prosecution, there has been no evidence that has been discredited by the defence.

“There is, however, ample evidence on the face of the court’s record which is legally admissible, that links the defendant to the deceased.

“There cannot be any dispute that death occurred after a fight. The defendant is said to be the other party of the fight.

“From the written submission of the defence counsel, he believes that there is no documentary and prima facie case laid out by the prosecution and that the evidence of the first and second prosecution witnesses are hearsay.

“To the court, the prosecution has made out a prima facie case for the defendant to face. Accordingly, the defendant is now called upon to open his defence.”

Following the ruling, the judge adjourned the case until July 27 for defence.

MORE READING!  Nigerian businessman, accused of theft, beaten to death in India [Video]

Reports have it that Adeyemi is charged with manslaughter contrary to Section 227 of the Criminal Law of Lagos 2011.

He was arraigned at the High Court on June 5, 2017.

According to the prosecution led by Mr M.T. Adewoye, the defendant committed the offence at 1.00 p.m. on April 4, 2014, at a mechanic’s shed, located at Ashade Market, Mangoro, Agege, Lagos.

“The defendant had an argument with the deceased, Sikiru Oladeinde; during the scuffle, he hit the deceased with a plank that had nails attached to it.

“Oladeinde sustained some injuries and passed away some days later in hospital,” the prosecutor said.

During the trial, three witnesses testified on behalf of the prosecution — a welder and co-worker of the deceased, Mr Olujimi Ogunleye; the brother of the deceased, Mr Kehinde Oladeinde; and the Investigating Police Officer (IPO), Sgt. Felix Osunbu.

MORE READING!  Obasanjo faults US over Adesina probe, writes ex-African leaders
Continue Reading




Trending