(Video) Princess, Iyabo Ojo and others protest over Baba Ijesha's alleged release from Panti KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

KossyDerrickEnt

Your favourite Entertainment Blog for: Trending Gist, Food, Comedy, Music Videos and Celebrity Gist in Africa. For promotions, sponsored posts and adverts, contact: [email protected]

Breaking News

Search This Blog

Translate

Thursday, April 29, 2021

(Video) Princess, Iyabo Ojo and others protest over Baba Ijesha's alleged release from Panti

Nigerian stars, Princess The Comedian, Iyabo Ojo and others have stormed Panti police station in Lagos to protest after it was reported that Baba Ijesha might be released on Friday.



"Investigation is still ongoing and we have instructed them to conduct a medical examination on the victim at a government recognised medical facility. We are not specialists in the field and we have also sought legal opinion from the Ministry of Justice.”

"A test was recently done on the victim and it was discovered that she had penetration. Is it the penetration of seven years that is still evident now, and who penetrated her then? Is there any medical report linking the man (Omiyinka) to the crime?

"The CCTV footage never showed Baba Ijesha defiling her, but he confessed to touching her body indecently and apologised, and the girl confirmed the same."

“There was no case of defilement, people are just talking out of sentiment. They are not talking from the point of law. We interviewed all parties involved in the case for three hours today (Wednesday).

“The mother complained that her child was at the age of seven when she was defiled and the child pointed at Baba Ijesha. But the case was not reported until she was 14 years and under the law, the case has become statute-barred.

“Regarding this new case, the CCTV footage has been assessed and nowhere was it captured that Baba Ijesha defiled her. The footage only showed him touching the victim’s body but it never showed him having any sexual intercourse with the girl. The girl also confirmed the same thing.

So, in law, it is a case of indecent assault and not sexual harassment, and it is open to bail. So, can we continue to keep him when the offence is subject to bail and when there is no court sitting? That is against his fundamental human rights and the police do not work on sentiments. Directives have been given out for his release on bail.”

Videos below:

No comments:

Advertise With Us

Subscribe for instant news.

Subscribe

* indicates required