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Thursday, April 29, 2021

Police Confirm Actor Accused Of Defiling A Minor Has Been Released On Bail Because Case Is Now Statute Barred

A senior officer at the Lagos State Police Command has confirmed to PUNCH Metro that a directive had been given for the release of Nollywood actor, Olanrewaju Omiyinka, aka Baba Ijesha, from custody.







The source said due to the ongoing strike by members of the Judicial Staff Union of Nigeria, courts had ceased from sitting and the suspect could not be detained indefinitely without trial.


The source, however, said investigation into the recent allegation against Omiyinka revealed that he did not defile the victim, adding that when she was questioned, the victim confirmed the same.


The senior police officer stated, “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.”


The source, however, said that despite granting Omiyinka bail, investigation would continue, adding that the command had also sought legal opinion from the state Ministry of Justice.


The source added, “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.
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.”


From punch.ng



*Statute Barred is used to describe a legal action that cannot be brought to court because too much time has passed:

107 comments:

  1. So, it is now that you know that, there's still fundamental human rights in Nigeria?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

    Sexual harassment or indecent assault, please what's the difference between a 7years old girl and an old foo.l?

    So, because they didn't voice out 7years ago,we should overlook the crime?๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„
    Masses do not have any say in this country,may God help us.

    I already said it, many people are not normal in this country.

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    1. Busola allegation nko?

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    2. Kai kai, I regret being a Nigerian today.

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    3. Where is that blackboard that was insulting herself yesterday?

      When a Lawyer comments here and tell y'all how the law works because of what we studied and have SEEN in practice, one mannerless human will tie wrapper and start vomiting insults!

      Now listen up people; when you have a MAJOR occurrence in your life that you wish to pursue like this rape issue; the FIRST thing you do is to SPEAK to a Lawyer!

      That Pastor's case didn't teach y'all any lesson! Social media can influence things but CANNOT supersede the provisions of the LAW!

      Something can still be done to Ijesha for the atrocity he committed God willing. But the Comedian had NO reason to inform social media about the DETAILS of how she gathered her supposed evidence and the fact that you were just recording an evidence for a crime that happened 7yrs ago. A very GOOD lawyer would have adviced her better and the animal will be made to rot in jail.

      But she HELPED Ijeshas lawyers a lot if they are good, with that her LIVE video. Trying to prove she's a good mum & started talking waaaa...

      Law doesn't care about SENTIMENTS and TEARS. Law deals with FACTS, EVIDENCE & what the LAW says!

      Cry your heart out to your lawyer. They will take it from there!

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    4. See this cretin o, peadophile apologist disguising under law..charge n bail lawyer with dusty sandals, Ewu bendel.

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    5. Dear wise lawyer, you could actually pass across your view without being derogatory extra. If this is how you are in reality, I wouldn’t touch you with even a ten feet pole. Tone it down. Good day

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    6. Average Nigerian talking, they lack the skill to communicate without insulting others, especially if they have little background than the people they are talking to.

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    7. Thanks Lawyer, I have learnt something today. This blog is an eye opener

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    8. Dear lawyer, but what you said yesterday is different from what has played out. You said his lawyers could argue ijesha thought he was acting a movie, very ridiculous defence that doesn't make sense.

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    9. The correctness of the police officer’s statement on statute bar will depend on whether the accusations was on defilement or indecent treatment.

      Prosecution for defilement (rape of women under 13 or 16 depending on the circumstances) must be within 2 months from when the incident happened... on the contrary, there is no such statute bar provision for indecent treatment of girls under 16 (fondling, sexual handling etc fall under this category).

      So the officer will only be correct per statute bar if Baba Ijesha was accused of defilement.

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  2. That's why sometimes its not good to involve the Nigerian police in molestation cases, just run am street. Things like this makes victims keep mute. Law is a dishonorable profession, apologies to honourable ones, how can a lawyer represent a paedophile and try to make him innocent? Is it because of money? Ndi lawyers ehn...

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    1. Honestly I share same sentiments!!

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    2. If you like, be a serial killer, you'd have an attorney

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    3. Babe, it's their profession. As unfair as it seems, criminals have legal rights too. Even death row prisoners, have rights. The law is not sentimental.

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    4. Honestly e, something like rhis would never happen to my child or q child in my care, if it does, police will hear about it after I've killed the person because I won't hesitate to kill him. Hear hi., he touched her, be is sorry. On what grounds would you touch a 17yrs old girl. Bastard

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    5. Exactly! There are somethings you don't waste your precious time in this country pursuing because las las, they'd disgrace and waste your time. Just run whatever it is street if you want to and moveeee gently. Ngwa look at how they've swept this one under the carpet, imagine!

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    6. So what if the person street pass you nko? Lol.

      Law is an extremely honourable profession that requires a lot of thought, planning and thinking out of the box.

      You don't go to court with just your emotions and a sense of justice or right and wrong. That is where most people fail.

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    7. Its only in Nigeria that "crime" is statute barred!!! If he touched the little girl indecently it is a crime, indecent assault, sexual harassment! Even grown up women who are working won't condone a colleague passing comments on their body talkleas of touching her....and this is the Nigeria you people feel is the gaint of Africa, giant in nonsense!!!

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    8. Anon 12.22, God bless you, pathetic country. Why is Bill Cosby in prison for a crime he committed many years ago? Statute barred my foot. Awon rape supporters, enablers and apologists.
      Bunch of idiots!!!

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  3. God is the real cctv that can see what others can't, he agreed of touching her indecently , normally he suppose to be in jail for only that in a good country, my former country nigeria ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฌis lawlessness, that is why most rape victims are dying in silent ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ’”

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    1. Maybe they should have waited until he started difiling her before rushing in but that would have been too extreme,to stay and watch

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    2. ...dying in *silence*..

      So true! What a country! ๐Ÿ˜ค๐Ÿ˜ 

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  4. BITCHandSLUT.com29 April 2021 at 10:12

    What!!!

    OMG! I feel like slapping everyone in this country right now cos it seems there are no genuine human beings here anymore who sees the truth and say it as it is.

    If it were not a celebrity or something there wouldn't be anything as statute barr.

    So this beast is going to walk away freely bcos of some influential persons?

    May whatever this bastard baba ijesha did to that Lil girl befall all those who clamoured for his release both their sons and daughters.

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  5. Shame to Nigerian Police!! Shame to Baba Ijesha!! Shame to her parents!! Shame to all rape apologists!!!

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    1. Here's their ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ of shame!

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    2. Thanks babe let me add more ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ๐Ÿงบ

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    3. This is the reason education is important but the Cretins in this country won't let it happen. This is what they benefit from it; where they can commit attrocities and walk free. If only they had gotten a lawyer ready before hand, that guy won't walk free. Nigeria is a mess.

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  6. Fundamental human right ko, foundamental human right Nii. Abeg,, did one Don turn to dead Case oh jare! Why wait till Yesterday to carry out the interview since he was kept in their custody huh? Na now they have enough backup as to why the case can be postponed abi? Up Nigeria police.. Yeye dey smell..

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  7. But Princess said she only left the girl for just 3 to 4 minutes, how could he had raped her within that short period of time ๐Ÿค”

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    1. A lot of things can go wrong in 4 minutes! You think 4 minutes is short. Lives have been ruined in less

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    2. There are 2mins men, dont forget.

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  8. BITCHandSLUT.com29 April 2021 at 10:19

    Anyhow sha, there are different ways to kill a rat.

    Since the legal way is been kicked out, it should now be a personal stuff something.

    Inject sniper into the veins of the motherfucker!

    Since everyone in this country is mad and get away with anything then let's all mad together.

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  9. This is why we need people who actually went to school. What kind of bull crap is this???

    There is sexual assault and sexual molestation ...the first one being actual violent sexual intercourse (rape) and the latter being inappropriately touched in a sexual manner.

    She is below the age of consent for God's sake and she is claiming she was sexually assaulted...take her to hospital and prove she was sexually assaulted FIRST. Then review the CCTV footage cos the perv is not her father or relative....why the fuck was he touching her????!!!! That is grounds for arrest!!!!

    Also the statute of limitations does not apply in some cases especially in criminal matters....why is it applicable here??? Are you kidding me???!!!

    Oh God...this country...smh.

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    1. Statute of limitations does not apply in criminal cases. This is just beyond unimaginable. Can nigeria get any lower

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    2. Honestly I am pained!! Setting an unhealthy precedents for rape victims to keep mute!! But rape survivors please don't keep mute, justice will come down one day

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    3. Femilicious thank you. I had started questioning my Law Degree....speechless.

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    4. Touching her alone is enough to get him arrested

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    5. Next thing is for judgement, and this is were our justice system is a disgrace

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    6. To say I was heart broken when I heard the news is to say it mildly. This is a man that if I just see his picture, I will start laughing , imagine when he opens his mouth to speak, I will be rolling on the floor with laughter..... This Ife ehn! You don't even know who is who and what the next person to you is capable of doing. May justice prevail

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    7. Femilicious...read and UNDERSTAND my last paragraph again.

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  10. They continue to fail the girl child!

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  11. Jesus!!!! You’ve got to be kidding me. What kind of country are we in. The oppressed always remain oppressed. He may think he has escaped, but can he truly escape the wrath of God. I hope the adults in the poor girl’s life are well informed enough to know she needs THERAPY. This news is heartbreaking.

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  12. So this pedophile is going to go Scot free? Cos I know naija. The case would soon be swept under the carpet.

    This is the reason most rape victims don't come out. They just keep it to themselves.

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    1. Since the police has decided to be stupid, his movie association, or whatever they are called should disown him. He should never be given a movie role again. If he has any endorsement, it should be withdrawn immediately. He should be publicly shamed wherever he goes to till he falls into full depression .

      Why am I even surprised, there are many perverts in Nigeria. I won't be surprised if the person that handled the case is a peadophile too.

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    2. Lol, his career was already dead n buried along time ago now, his star don enter lagoon since, infact na this case make people remember say him still dey, awon past glory geng

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    3. Definitly his movie career is gone

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  13. Honestly Lawyers cant make heaven.......I really don't see how ��

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    1. Heaven is a figment of imagination to lawyers.

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    2. Please address your issues to the lawyer that handled the case. That you have crooks as lawyer around you doesn't mean others are.

      Every profession has bad eggs so stop your whining. Anyways, it takes one to know to know one so no need ๐Ÿ™„

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  14. So if it's just inappropriate touching, why did she blow it out of proportion and made us believe actual penetration was involved, she would have said he touched her inappropriately, what he did was wrong, very wrong! Any man that can caress an underage can have sex, it's just time she needs

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    1. You don't understand the case then from what you just said here.

      Start from beginning

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  15. Well I saw this coming and I'm not surprised one bit, no be Nigeria again? The system will continue to fail us

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  16. Yes baba ijesa must go down, but again I think another person is also molesting the girl, they need to investigate,since there's evidence of penetration and girl said ijesa didnt penetrate,so who did?? The girl shouldn't be used as a pawn

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    1. He did 7years ago and not now.But tried doing again bfo they interrupted him which ended on just inappropriate touching.

      Maybe someone else is sleeping with the girl since she was abused at 7yrs

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  17. A lot of men are secret paedophiles. Having come from a poor home and gone to live with different aunts and uncles till I finished high school,I cannot count the number of men that molested me. These are notable men in the society ,well respected, one was a lawyer and pastor,another a senior lecturer, another a US returnee who visited the home I stayed with his wife. Who would have believed me? I could have been tagged the evil child who wanted to spoil a marriage. Note that it may not include actual penetration, but trust me it damages the child. I am still trying to completely heal. If I call out any of these men today,I woudnt have a case cos there is no evidence. A lot of the innocent husands,pastors,brothers etc out there are child abusers,they ve just not been caught. This case isnt anything new at all.

    TRUST NO ONE WITH YOUR CHILD!

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    1. Actually....a lot of women are paedophile too.

      Do you know how many men were abused as children?

      Most of the men I know had their first sexual experiences with women at age 7-14yrs. Is that not also oeadophilia?

      The fact that men don't talk doesn't mean it's only men who moles.

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    2. Anon 11:14,everything is not a gender war. Rape is rape and rape is evil regardless of gender.

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    3. Actually the comment from 10.55 makes it a gender war.

      You women come online to bash men. Men are dogs. Men are scum. Men are paedophile and when one man rise up to defend men by stating that there are women who do the same...you start saying this is not a gender war.

      If it is not.. Then what is it?

      What stops the first anonymous from saying...there are a lot of people both men and women who are paedophile? Why single out men?

      Yet you all want equality. Is this the equality you want? To casitgate men and แบน one rate women who commit the same atrocity?

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    4. Chai Dante Pele. Are you tired of using your ID ni? Why don't you state your own experience too and move instead of crying upandan. Of course, you don't have one, you were just looking for comments where the male gender is mentioned, then you copy and paste.
      Yes a lot of women are paedophiles too. I have friends who told me how they were sexually molested, one at age 4 sef. It really gets my mind disturbed when I remember. It's bad. The world is crazy. Nevertheless, this doesn't mean female molestation isn't more, and don't tell me about statistics. Women are more vulnerable whether you like it or not. So stop making everything a gender war. Calm your nerves and be logical in thinking. It'll help you alot.

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    5. 13.29...Actually I am not Dante. Dante has his own mind and I have mine.

      The point I am making is...this is not a man only thing. And the earlier you women stop screaming and putting all the blame on men...the better.

      You claim that women are more vulnerable? What statistics or scientific study actually proves this to you for you to say you are logical?

      I could also say men(boys) are more vulnerable because no one protects them.


      Wether you like it or not...the world does not protect boys as much as they protect girls.

      Even when they (boys) come out to say aล„ older female touched me inappropriately...they are never believed.

      Abi how do I prove that a 21yr old lady or 40yr old lady made me suck her boobs and put her Pussy in my face to suck at age 7?

      Or how do I prove that an older Aunty fondled my dick until seen pss out as an early teenager?

      Was it not on this same blog that two women confessed to abusing minors and one even saying she taught the minor to suck her breast and boobs and even at that they never claimed responsibility?

      Have you ever protected a male child from an abuser before?


      You are actually the person who is illogical. Think about it. It will help you too.


      Not Dante!

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    6. Gtfo you want to deceive us by going annony but I already know it's you Dante!
      Your voice and handwriting is smelling so hot on this but let me advice you,there are times you sheath your sword if you are a sensible person!
      Everytime you are so triggered to defend your gender when they are dragged both necessarily and unnecessarily,check the subject matter very well before you do!
      Stop this insensitivity!

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    7. Think whatever you want. This is definitely not Dante.

      Not all men think emotionally like you women do.

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  18. To baba ijesha. You can win the battle but still lose the war! God is a just God. Baba ijesha might think he is free for now, but there is a slur already to his image and brand, he will be ostracized by his colleagues in the industry, no more movie roles for him, no one wants to be identified with a child molester except maybe Yomi Fabiyi. The law, especially the brand of Nigerian law being practiced is an ass!!!

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  19. Nigerian police never cease to amaze me. Even in the case of sexual assault of a minor, they still chose to be stupid

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    1. Not the police.

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    2. @Eka Joy, please teach them what to do jaree. Don't just complain. Explain vividly what they could have done better, some of them may get to read your comment, you know.

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  20. Nda Ara!! This country eeh.
    The oppressed always remain oppressed.

    This is the reason why rape victims don't come out.
    Na wa.

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  21. All of you are just putting sentiments into this issue due to your previous molestation experiences and then projecting it on this situation.

    The law and indeed logic does not look at situation based on your own experience. It looks at the facts of it.

    Touching a child (not the actual fingering or rubbing body) on their body innocently is not a criminal offence.

    There are many people that play innocently with children without realising that what they are doing could be 'viewed' by mentally damaged women as indecent assault and child molestation.


    As a man who was sexually molested at age 7 and 10 by four women...I did not go about thinking every lady that touch/hug my son or kiss my child on the cheek as a form of genuine affection for a child is sexually molesting him.

    But really, that's because I am a man and I see things logically.

    Women see things and act emotionally...and if it were to be the other way round would term it as child molestation.

    Have you all notice that The social media gang asking for this man to be crucified are mostly women who are victim of abuse projecting their anger without looking at the fact.

    That's how one channel TV reporter mentioned that she won't let her husband bath for her girl child because of her past sexual abuse experience despite the husband not being an abuser.

    My point is....guys...men...stay woke. Don't ever be in close proximity to a female child that does not belong to you witjiut another adult being there. Infact...don't even allow it at all.

    Don't put a child that's not yours on your laps. Don't hug a girl child or carry them. See Ehn...there are many damaged women out there who will waste no time in destroying your life with false allegation based on your innocent acts.

    And guess what..men do not get any sympathy. Only women and children get sympathy from the world. Know this and know peace.

    I have been in situations where I was nearly left with a female child to babysit. I politely decline and formed that I was busy. Be like me. Don't let anyone ruin your life.

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    1. E no de tire

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    2. God bless u bro, am a man like u but I really really do love ur sense of reasoning ad maturity. God forbid that I support rape but the way pple rush to condemn men lately is sickening, no one want to use their brains anymore once the victim is a man and the way people throw around that word rape lately is very annoyong. We have too many damage people esp women lately, it takes the grace of God for us to survive.

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    3. I swear too many damaged women. Guys...the poster up there is right.

      Stay woke. Stay away from damaged women. If a lady tells you she's been raped before or molested before and she hasn't healed (they rarely do)...stay away from them.

      Trust me....9 out of ten times it usually end in tears.

      If they don't accuse you of rape. They will accuse your friends who innocently cuddle your child as...my friends daughter....as molestation. If they don't...they will tell you to be careful of him or even make you hate them.


      Another category to run from are baby mamas and single mothers. You will never ever be their no.1 priority. You will always play second fiddle. They will project their anger at their bad choices in men on you.

      Them plenty for this blog.


      I am against rape totally. And anyone convicted of it should be punished SEVERELY!

      But I will never believe rape allegations by hearing from one side only (ESPECIALLY THE JUDGINA ASSOCIATION OF INSTAGRAM) without the AC USED being given the opportunity to defend themselves.

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    4. My brother, lots of people, especially women, are damaged. They are highly emotional and excruciatingly sentimental. Real mental and psychological evaluation will do the more good than harm. The way they generalize and bring past experience, other people's experience and things seen in movies, into realities of life is out of this world. Why can't they just be logical and analytocal for once?

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    5. You and whoever that agrees with are fucking sickos! I pray you never get to be the father of a damaged woman.

      Okokos!!!

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    6. @amethyst this is exactly what is being said. You are just unnecessarily being emotional without looking at logical facts

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    7. Anon 20:56...I don't need to argue with a bunch of balless humans whose collective IQ cannot buy a bag of pure water.

      You're all the reason while pedophiles exist with your wack "logic".

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    8. Even if you don't agree with what the men here said, at least let's acknowledge that men are also victims of sexual abuse.

      When we dismiss their concerns, we perpetuate inequality. Nobody, whether male or female deserves to be abused.
      My brother was abused by a female when he was 3, I just wanted to destroy the girl that did it and I ensured the abuse stopped. My husband and his brother were sexually molested by women. An old male friend of mime too detailed how aunties abused him when he was a kid.

      It's not a gender war. When we start normalizing that men deserve to be heard as well, whether as victims of abuse or victims of false accusation, we can have a united front and make a difference.
      (P.S. I do not support Baba Ijesha's actions but I knew from a legal standpoint as a lawyer that the law considers him innocent until proven guilty by a court of law, and while we may get sentimental, the Law is logical).

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    9. There was a post yesterday about people who sexually abused at some point in their lives...direct your tales over there.

      The issue AT HAND is that a child was abused and her abuser is about to be released...it has absolutely nothing to do with you or whose gender it is.

      Also, Logic can be applied to law in some cases but it doesn't inform judicial reasoning and this is a CLEAR case of it Esp where there is overwhelming evidence. Which is why the phrase EXCEPTION TO EVERY RULE EXISTS.

      Your problem is that you're in Nigeria where our judicial system is a joke. Go to other countries and apply your "Logic" and see how far that goes.

      I'm done arguing with simpletons.

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    10. @Amethyst, just to clear up your conclusion, I do not live in Nigeria and I am a dual citizen of Nigeria and another country so I know how a well organized country works. Next time, argue with maturity, we can disagree without calling each other names. Using abusive words e.g simpleton to make a point is being evasive. There is no exception to logic, it is the law in most places in the world including Nigeria that everyone is innocent until proven guilty. In the court of law, criminal cases are proven beyond reasonable doubt, that is a really high standard to meet and this is why people who commit crimes sometimes even with glaring evidence in the public domain walk free e.g O.J Simpson. So Mr. Or Ms., kindly read up some more.

      By asking me to bring up the sexual molestation stories of my male family members in another post is not only insensitive of you but leaning towards being a rape apologist of the male gender.

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    11. I could care less of whatever dual citizenship you hold. it's a faceless blog, I am also a dual citizen of Israel and Pakistan!

      You agreed to a comment stating that women are damaged and are sentimental in reasoning on a post where a female minor was abused. In other words she is too "damaged" and "sentimental" to be telling the truth...what does that make you???? "Female Rape Apologist"....Rape is Rape irrespective of gender....SIMPLETON.

      I said what I said....deal with it.

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  22. They should get a good lawyer to defend the victim, this is shameless Nigeria police for you.
    What they're saying is that they should've waited for penetration before stopping him. I tell you what, if they had waited they will be tagged accomplices of baba whatever, Nigeria police is a huge shame. What do you expect when DPO's and other senior officers do same, many girls have been raped by them while in police custody.

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  23. Hahahahahahahahahhaahhahaha!!

    I laugh only because I do not want to cry. Beginning today, I have decided to take matters concerning my children into my hands. I no longer have any business with the Nigerian police or "justice system" on matters concerning children. If any one gives me a reason to unleash the ******* in me, they'd weep forever. I will not let depraved people leave me with a damaged child. Never!

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    1. Just be careful, so you won't end up in jail. My 2 cents

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    2. Anon I’m with you on this. I will murd anyone that tries it with my child

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  24. Countries all over, have their shortcomings in executing judgments. That's why God is the ultimate righteous God. Innocent people have been convicted, and even executed in developed countries like the U.S. Criminals have gone scot-free, even after intense trial. People have spent decades in jail, due only to false witness testimony. Some regained their freedom, after re-trials that found them innocent. But, who can restore the years and decades they wasted in jail? I hate to think about it. Only God can truly judge. It's well.

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  25. So there is statute of limitations for sexually assaulting a minor? Nigeria!

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  26. Where is Harrison Gwamnishu he should be involved in this cases, I bet u justice will be served..

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  27. On the other hand though, while we wish and pray he pays for his sins; if he's genuinely regretful and sorry, he deserves to be forgiven. God would forgive him. We should too.

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    1. Sure.. Forgiveness is not the same as justice... God a merciful God, but also a just God, so yes without saying justice must prevail in this matter..!

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  28. No way, the guy should no way be released, touching inaproprate is an offence in a sane country, sigh.

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  29. Baba Ijesha 'Onye uru ana'
    You can't hide from God .

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  30. If there is video evidence of him touching a 14 year old girl sexually, and he confessed to the act, then he should be prosecuted for sexual molestation of a minor (she is not up to the age of sexual consent)

    As for the case of 7years ago
    What if he killed someone 7years ago, and new evidence came out and exposed him, will the case be statute barred too??
    Mstewwwwww FUCK THIS COUNTRY
    GOD WILL PUNISH HIM FOR THIS O.

    Even if the law sets him free, he will get his payments from fate.

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  31. Where is the government in this case as in that of the disabled lady?

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  32. Its because of 'statute barred' nonsense i will not bother saying anything. We are too backwards in this country.

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  33. How sad.....Nigeria my country...

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  34. Ghen ghen. Me I knew they will speak English on this matter last last...God sees what we don't see sha...

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  35. But they can keep activists and other innocent people in prison for years cs of a mere protest

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  36. Are you surprised? Most of the high and mighty in the society are paedophiles. You expect them to sign in a law that would be used against them? All the men who fought for Baba Ijesha, including the police officers, I can bet you they have molested or raped ladies in the past

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  37. Dont be surprise when you see baba Ijesha's poster campaigning for a governorship position in this same country and so many people will still follow him. We are maddddd like that๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„๐Ÿ™„

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  38. But the recent fondling/ touching is not statute barred now even if
    1. It was entrapment, he fell into the trap
    2. he should be charged for assault, battery and sexual molestation not rape.

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