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A 41- year-old housewife, Janet Ojukwu, was on Tuesday arraigned in Lagos for allegedly pouring hot water on her husband’s ex-wife.
Janet, who resides at Makoko area of Yaba, Lagos, is facing a charge of assault occasioning harm before a Yaba Magistrates’ Court.
She, however, pleaded not guilty.
The prosecutor, Sgt. Godwin Oriabure, told the court that the defendant committed the offence at 3p.m. on November 3, at No. 7, Imamehin St., Makoko, Yaba.
Oriabure said the complainant, Mrs. Grace Onuoha, had taken her daughter to her ex-husband’s house to collect some clothes, when the defendant attacked her.
He said that Janet poured a bucket of hot water on Onuoha’s face, accusing her of trying to snatch her husband back.
“The complainant was rushed to the hospital and has been on admission,” Oriabure said.
He said the offence contravened Section 173 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 (Revised).
It was reported that Section 173 stipulates three-year jail term for “assault occasioning harm.”
The Magistrate, Mrs. S.O. Obasa, admitted the defendant to bail in the sum of N20,000, with two sureties in like sum.
Obasa said that both sureties must be gainfully employed with evidence of two-year tax payment to the Lagos State Government.
She adjourned the case until December 12 for mention.
The Lagos State Taskforce on Environmental and Special Offences (Enforcement Unit) said it had concluded its plans to prosecute hoodlums, who attacked its officials on Tuesday in the Alapere area of the state.
It was gathered that the hoodlums, who were about to burn the Alapere Police Station over the clampdown on motorcyclists plying illegal routes, attacked the enforcement team of the task force, which responded to a distress call.
It was learnt that the hoodlums attacked the officials with stones, iron rods, broken bottles and cutlasses, and in the process, injured the team’s driver, Ojo Tobiloba, and damaged the task force’s vehicles.
The task force’s Public Relations Officer, Adebayo Taofiq, said in a statement that 38 suspects were arrested and after screening, 26 were released, while the remaining 12 would be charged.
He stated, “The enforcement team of the agency and operatives of the Rapid Response Squad responded to a distress call that some protesters were about to burn down the Alapere Police Station over the clampdown on commercial motorcycle operators plying illegal routes as directed by the Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu.
“On getting to the scene, the protesters came out en masse to attack the enforcement team and in the course of restoring peace and order in the area, the officials were injured and their vehicles damaged.”
The Chairman of the task force, Olayinka Egbeyemi, was quoted to have said, “Let me state categorically that the battle line has been drawn with these illegal motorcyclists and to warn various associations regulating their operations to immediately ask them to comply with the law as the government will no longer tolerate the slightest attack on any enforcement personnel forthwith.”
Egbeyemi also noted that the task force impounded over 493 motorcycles and arrested their riders for plying restricted routes around Alapere, Ketu and Mile 12 areas of the state on Monday, adding that the agency was determined to ensure that all road users in the state abide by traffic rules and regulations.
According to reports, The boy who happens to be the “school father” of one of the girls in the video, was called to help deal with the lady who had a misunderstanding with his school daughter.
Second Video shows all four girls assaulting Bolu, one with a broom.
Photo: Shows all five students assaulting Bolu, also Bolu after the Assault.
The Victim of Assault (BOLU) is a 100 Level Ecotourism and Wildlife Management Female Student assaulted by five students with names;
OBALOLA (the guy)
JESSICA (She proudly posted the Videos on her WhatsApp status)
The female victim (Bolu) is currently undergoing treatment and necessary investigations going on.
The school authority has suspended all five students the assaulted Bolu.
A fashion designer, Joseph Ejiro, has narrated how he was allegedly abducted by some policemen from the Festac Town Police Post and made to pay a ransom before he was released.
It was gathered that Ejiro, who had gone to make a delivery to his client in Festac, was accosted around the Second Rainbow junction on November 21 by one of the cops, who said his boss was waiting in a vehicle to see the fashion designer.
In a series of tweets on Tuesday, Ejiro alleged that he was pushed into the vehicle and beaten by the cops when he refused to give them his phone.
Ejiro further alleged that he was made to transfer the sum of N185,000 to the account of one of the cops before he was released after spending eight hours in their custody.
He tweeted, “The last few days have been some of the most depressing of my life. I have debated whether or not to talk about this, what the point would be other than rehashing a terrible experience…but the kindness and outrage of friends in the last few days have affirmed for me that I am not crazy or overly dramatic for feeling this way. Violated. Expendable. Afraid.
“I was kidnapped, beaten, tortured and threatened with death by members of the @PoliceNG. What does freedom mean when policemen can force you into their van, torture you, and threaten to kill you if you don’t pay ransom?
“I was at Festac to make a delivery to a client on November 21. Heading home, a police officer (wearing a police polo shirt with no name tag) blocked my path at the Second Rainbow junction and told me his oga wanted to speak to me. This was around 11am.
“I asked what the problem was and he said there was no problem, just to come with him. The officer led me to a police minibus parked in front of the petrol station at the Second Rainbow junction. There were seven policemen in police polo shirts waiting in the bus.
“The officers asked what was in my bag, grabbed it before I could respond, and went through it. Money, phone charger, earphones. They demanded that I unlock my phone and give it to them. I asked again what the problem was and why they needed to go through my phone. They repeated their order, crowding me in, and even though I was terrified I refused to hand them my phone until they told me why they wanted to go through my phone. The IG is constantly on television saying that such demands are illegal and ultra vires.
“The police officers pushed me into their minibus and took turns beating me. My cries of pain fell on deaf ears. They handcuffed me and made the cuffs so tight it cut off blood flow and my hands went numb. I was screaming in pain and begging them to loosen the cuffs. They refused and they forced my finger onto my fingerprint scanner and unlocked my phone.
“One of them got behind the wheel, started the bus, and they took me to their station at the 7th Avenue Festac Town Police Post. On the way, they threatened to kill me and dump my body in a ditch, threatened to frame me with the charge of any crime they deemed fit. Having gone through my phone and finding nothing incriminating, they took pictures of me with their phones, putting objects in my hands I could not see and taking snapshots.
“Each time I made to look at the things they were putting in my hands, I was slapped and told to look up at the camera. Then, they started demanding money. 500 thousand naira. For what? I kept asking. What did I do? What was my offence? I kept pleading with them that I did not have 500 thousand naira. I did not have any money. I had done nothing. They should please let me go.
“The amount kept going down. From 500 thousand naira to 400 thousand naira. They were really just pitying me o. I should just do what I was supposed to do so I could leave. Then they came down to 350 thousand naira and held fast there. Hours had passed.
“Eventually, one of them made me unlock my phone again. He opened my GTBank app on my phone, forced me to unlock the app with my fingerprint, and then they made me transfer N185,000 to this bank account: Ashamo Oluwasola Samuel, Unity Bank, 0040509699.
“They said this was the only way I was going to be released. Did I want to end up in prison? They had made me transfer all the money I had in my account, leaving behind just N3,500. Apparently, I was supposed to be grateful for their generosity, that they did not wipe me completely clean.
“They took the N5,000 cash I had in my bag, leaving me with the N250 change that was in my pocket. They finally let me go at about 7pm. They had robbed me of my money and my day. I had spent eight hours in their custody. The rest of the day went by in a blur. I could not believe what had just happened to me. I kept saying I had been arrested by the police and they took money from me until a friend corrected me that I was kidnapped and made to pay a ransom. My crime is being a young man going about his business and having the audacity to walk on the road.”
Ejiro, who demanded justice and a refund of his money, said he had reported the matter on the police public compliants WhatsApp line but had yet to get any response.
When contacted, the state Police Public Relations Officer, Bala Elkana, asked Ejiro to come to the command headquarters in Ikeja with the details of the incident and promised that the matter would be investigated.
The Enugu State Police Command, on Tuesday, paraded the founder of the Christ Mercy Ministry, Ajuona Obukpa, in Nsukka Local Government Area of the state, Pastor Sunday Egbo, for alleged rape and involvement in money rituals.
Parading Egbo alongside 36 other suspects at the command headquarters, the state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Abdur-rahman, said the pastor had on November 9, 2019, invited a female member of his church under the pretext of organising a crusade starting from 6pm.
According to the CP, the suspect asked the victim to come along with the picture of her sick brother for prayers.
Abdur-rahman stated, “On arrival, the pastor took her to his house and left while pretending to go and bring other people, who were supposed to participate in for the programme, but he returned around 11pm and dragged her into his room, brought out a magic stone and threatened to kill her if she raised the alarm.
“He ordered her to remove her clothes, but the victim refused and the pastor slapped her and tore her clothes and raped her.
“Egbo seized her pants, brassiere and brought out a small bottle and wanted to insert it in her private parts, but she struggled and ran naked to the door and shouted, which attracted neighbours, who invited the police to rescue her and arrest the pastor.”
Egbo confessed to the crime in an interview with journalists when he was asked to narrate why he was arrested by the police.
“I actually raped her in my house,” he stated.
Egbo said he approached a native doctor in Kogi State in his quest to be rich, adding that the native doctor gave him a small coffin and other items, and asked him to follow some instructions and he would become a millionaire.
He stated, “I paid the native doctor N200,000 to get the coffin and flute. He told me to do certain things, after which I would get a Ghana-Must-Go bag full of money in my room.
“But after two weeks, the money did not come as the native doctor had assured me.”
The CP warned criminals in the state to repent or move out of the state as the command would stop at nothing to fish them out.
He said the 36 other suspects paraded committed various offences ranging from conspiracy, cultism, armed robbery, unlawful possession of firearms, murder and vandalism.
Abdur-rahman said their arrests were made possible through intelligence-led policing measures in collaboration with local vigilante groups.
The police in Edo State have arrested a 35-year-old man, Iroghama Moshudi, for allegedly killing his estranged wife’s lover, Etinosa Nowaghama.
The police said Etinosa was shot dead on November 8, 2019, at the residence of one Happy Ikpomwosa, the estranged wife of Iroghama.
It was gathered that the police arrested Iroghama because he was said to have earlier threatened to deal with the deceased.
Police sources said the woman, a mother of four, abandoned her husband for the deceased and refused all entreaties to return to his home.
The alleged threat to the deceased was said to have been reported to a traditional ruler in the area.
The Edo State police spokesman, DSP Chidi Nwabuzor, who confirmed the incident, said personnel of the Ogida Police Division rushed the deceased to the hospital, but he was confirmed dead on arrival.
He said investigation would unravel the killer(s).