How vulcanizer raped 15-year-old sister-in-law – Police

An IPO investigating police officer, Olakunle Orebe, told an Ikeja Special Crimes Court on Monday that a vulcanizer, Wasiu Ibrahim, raped his wife’s 15-year-old sister. The Nigerian News Agency (NAN) reports that Mr. Ibrahim has been charged with corruption. Mr. Orebe, while being presented as a witness by State Attorney Babajide Boye, said that he received the alleged desecration case on February 2, 2017, at the Gender Section, Police Command in Ikeja. The witness said the survivor told him that the defendant, who was her sister’s husband and had been living with them for five years, allegedly had sex with her. He said the survivor told him the defendant raped her when her sister traveled for a funeral. “The survivor said that her sister traveled on January 1, 2017 for a burial. “She said that she was left at home with her sister’s three children and at midnight, the defendant told her to leave the sofa where she wasn’t sleeping and go to the floor. “She said that after a while, the defendant came, undressed her and desecrated her,” he said. The witness further told the court that the survivor told her class teacher about the incident on March 2, 2017. He added that the accused, upon being arrested, said he did not know what happened to him. “I spoke to the defendant in the cause of my investigation and he said he didn’t know what happened to him for doing what he did. “I don’t remember the number of statements that were recorded but the statement of the survivors was also recorded. “The survivor was referred to Mirabel Medical Center for examination. The statement of the survivor and the medical report dated February 14 were admitted as evidence. The police officer told the court that the defendant made his statement voluntarily, adding that he wrote the statement on his behalf because the defendant said he could not write in English. The defense lawyer, Abdulrasheed Ibrahim, disputed the claim that the accused made a statement at the police station. Mr. Ibrahim argued that the defendant did not make any statement and was forced to sign the statement presented by the prosecution. NAN reports that the court ordered a trial within the trial to prove the willfulness of the defendant’s statement. At trial within trial, the witness said he wrote the defendant’s statement on his behalf after he told him he couldn’t write in English. “The defendant spoke in pidgin and I recorded it in English, in a very conducive environment. The office where I wrote the statement was very open and people were moving from one place to another. “There were eight of us in the room but I was the only one who interviewed him. He was fine while I recorded his statement. I ask him questions and also make him sit across from me. “There was an air conditioner in the office. In the gender unit, we don’t assault suspects. He gave her statement to me voluntarily and was kind while doing it my lord, ”said the witness. During cross-examination of the trial within the trial, the witness said that the defendant made the statement in February and that he could not remember if an attorney represented the defendant while he was detained. He added that the eight people in the office were his colleagues, adding that the office was transparent and people in the hallway could see what was going on in the office. NAN also reports that the accused alleged that he was detained in a cell for two days until his brother arrived with a lawyer. The defendant, however, denied signing the statement. Judge Ramón Oshodi, in his ruling, dismissed the trial and admitted as evidence the defendant’s extrajudicial statement. “The defense attorney objected that the defendant was forced to sign a statement and based on the evidence the defendant provided at trial within the trial, the defendant said he knew nothing about the statement and did not attach his signature. “The defendant’s extrajudicial statement is admitted into evidence and the trial within the trial is dismissed because it wasn’t necessarily necessary in the first place,” Mr. Oshodi said. The judge adjourned the case until June 30 for the continuation of the trial. (YAYA) Read More Related News Here Let here it in the comment below if you do have an opinion on this; How vulcanizer raped 15-year-old sister-in-law – Police