Wednesday, 24 July 2013

SHOCKING: 45 Year Old Father Rapes 16 Year Old Daughter

The Ogun State Police Command arrested 45 year old Toyin Sodimu for allegedly raping his 16 year old daughter in Temidire community of Oke Apo, Akomoje, Abeokuta. The state PRO, Muyiwa Adejobi, said in a statement that the teenager reported the incident to the Adatan Police Division after her father raped her about 2am last Saturday.
Following her father's arrest, the 16-year old girl was taken to the hospital by the police for medical examination and treatment. The Commissioner of police Ogun State, Ikemefuna Okoye appealed to parents particularly mothers to keep watch on their children and avoid collapse of marriages which is perceived to be a catalyst to cases like this. He urged other rape victims to always emulate this victim’s bravery to report any rape case which will help the police tackle rape and related offences in the state.

Al-Mustapha-- My Release Is A Victory For Democracy


Former Chief Security Officer to the late Head of State, Sani Abacha, Major Hamza al-Mustapha, said on Tuesday that his release was a victory for democracy and the rule of law.
The former CSO, who was in Kaduna for a ‘thank you’ visit to the Emir of Zazzau, Alhaji Shehu Idris, and Sheikh Ahmed Gumi, also said he had forgiven those that persecuted him during his 14 years incarceration at Kirikiri Maximum Prisons.
He urged Nigerians to pray for the country, especially now that the nation was passing through some security challenges.
He also expressed optimism that peace that had eluded the country would soon be a thing of the past.
Al-Mustapha, who spoke to newsmen at the residence of Gumi, said, he had forgiven those who persecuted him unjustly because his release was a plus to democracy and judiciary.
He said, “I was sentenced to death but Allah turned it around because I spoke the truth and stood by it, which caused my incarceration.”
In his response, Gumi said the release of the former CSO showed that no Nigerian would be unjustly convicted by the judiciary.