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Bus conductor defiles, impregnates girl, 14



One-eyed man murders 15 in Ogun State

A22-year-old bus conductor, Dapo Amakwe, was yesterday arraigned before an Ikeja Lagos State Magistrates’ Court for allegedly defiling and impregnating an unidentified 14-year-old girl.  The offence violates Section 137 of Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015 which prescribes life imprisonment upon conviction.


According to Police Prosecutor, Sgt. Ezekiel Ayorinde, Amakwe committed the offence in conspiracy with one Kazeem Bello, now at large on November 23, 2018, in Bariga area of Lagos where they reside.


“The girl went to buy something when the defendants accosted her, dragged her into an uncompleted building and they defiled her in turns. They threatened to kill her if she should expose them. The teenager got pregnant as a result of the defilement and was delivered of a baby in August,” the prosecutor said.


Directing prosecutor to send case file to Director of Public Prosecutions (DPPs) for legal advice, Magistrate B.O. Osunsanmi refused to take the defendant’s plea before remanding him in prison pending legal advice and adjourned the case until October 11 for report of compliance.


Also, Police have arrested one-eyed man who is suspected of leading a cult gang in Ikenne, Ogun State.  Police Public Relations Officer in Ogun State, Abimbola Oyeyemi made this known in a release yesterday, stating that there was jubilation in the town when news of the arrest filtered in.  Identified as Sunday Paul, but popularly known as Blade, he allegedly perpetrated the serial murder of 15 people in Ikenne and its environ.


Paul who has been on the wanted list of Ogun State Police Command was arrested on September 21, following surveillance of his activities.  It was discovered that he had been arrested in the past and charged to court on three different occasions, spent time in prison custody over alleged murder related case before coming out recently.

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