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Dr Olaleye Wife Tells Court That Husband Is a Sex Addict



The wife of the embattled managing director of Optical Cancer Care Foundation, Dr. Femi Olaleye, had told an Ikeja Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court that her husband confessed to having sexual intercourse with her 16-year-old niece.

Mrs Aderemi Fagbemi-Olaleye said this while being led in evidence by the Director of the Department of Public Prosecution, Dr. Babajide Martins.

Dr Olaleye has been charged with having sexual intercourse with his 16-year-old wife’s niece.

The witness, an economist and an entrepreneur told the court that she had been married to her husband for 11 years which had produced two children aged 10 and seven years.

She also said that the survivor was a daughter to her first cousin who had been living with her since Dec. 19, 2019 at her residence in Maryland after the demise of her grand aunt whom she was living with.

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According to her, the survivor confessed to her aunt on Nov. 27, 2021, that the defendant had been abusing her sexually since March 2020.

She said: “My niece confessed to my aunt ‘aunty Theresa Osodi’ that my husband Femi initially introduced her to pornography and from there, it graduated to oral sex which he does around 2.00 a.m. on a daily basis while everyone is asleep.

“She said he switched off the camera so that I do not notice anything. She told my aunty that Femi would unzip his trouser, bend down her head into his penis and release in her mouth.

“After that she said he will say ‘thank you my dear, I am saving for you’ this according to her went on from March 2020 to November 2021.

“She said the oral sex graduated to normal sex that he Femi would put her on the table in the study room and have sexual with her. and threatened to eliminate her and everyone one in the house if she dares tell anyone about the sex escapade.

“There was a day that our family driver, Mr Waheed Yusuf came to work and met my niece at the back of the house beside the tap spitting out something and she told the driver that she was spitting out sperm from her mouth.

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“She said she cried and confided in Yusuf who wanted to confront Femi but my niece said she held him on the leg and begged him not to tell anyone because Femi had threatened to kill her and every other person and elope abroad because he has a British Passport.

The witness also told the court that her niece confessed to her aunt after her husband packed her luggage and took her to her aunt’s home after cautioning her for being unruly to her nanny.

“When Femi got back from the trip, he went to my niece room to pacify her. I told him it was not the right thing to do that he would have asked me first why I chastised her but my husband yelled at me and told me to leave the room.

“He told her to pack her bags and took her to my aunt’s house who is a retired principal and a psychologist who later sat her down and confessed to her.

“My aunt called on the phone that I should not confront my husband so the following day, we set up a family meeting and my mother in law was present in which my niece repeatedly told everyone what Femi had been doing with her for 18 months.,” she said.

Fagbemi-Olaleye further told the court that she proceeded to lodge a complaint at Anthony Police Station after the meeting and her husband was arrested.

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The witness said unknown to her, the DPO of the station was also a patient who took her children for medical check up at her husband’s clinic.

She said that her husband broke download in tears in the presence of his lawyer, Mr Olalekan…. and confessed to having sexual intercourse with her niece.

“Femi broke down in tears and confessed to having sexual intercourse with my niece. The DPO recorded a video confession and written statement of him and I also took my niece to the station and her video and confessional statement was also taken.

“Femi, in one of his apology emails and text messages, told me that my niece was a blessing to him that if she was not living with us, he would probably be sleeping with my daughter. I have this both orally and written my lord.

“His lawyer wrote an undertaken letter which was signed by him and Femi, restraining him from coming close or the house after he was given administrative bail.

“I told my lawyer to write to Domestic and Sexual Violence Agency (DSVA) after I noticed Femi came to the residence on two occasions at night to harass us after he was granted the administrative bail.

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She also said that the survivor was sent to Mirabel Medical Centre for examination and she was also referred by DSVA to a psychologist whom she saw for six months,”

Olaleye’s wife told the court that her husband had checked himself to rehab in Grace Cottage Clinic in ilupeju after he was granted administrative bail after she reported the case at Anthony Police Station.

According to her, she said Dr. Ogunnubi, her husband’s psychologist, who attended to him at the rehab, called and confirmed to her that he was suffering from sexual addiction.

“Dr. Ogunnubi reached out and told me that Femi was diagnosis of sexual addiction that if care is not taken, he may ones day sleep with our daughter.

“The doctor told me if Femi does not complete his dosage for sex addiction, he will relax and if allowed to roam the street, it is a great danger,”

The witness, in her evidence in chief also told the court that her 10-year-old daughter told her that the survivor was not lying, adding that she saw her father undress the survivor but she could not tell her because she did not want to make her sad.

“My 10-year-old daughter said ‘I have seen my daddy undress the survivor (name withheld) before.

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The witness, in her evidence, also accused her husband of giving her sleeping tablets and told the court that a medical examination be conducted on her to her as well.

“I did not know any of this allegations until everyone in my family knew. My lord, most night, Femi gave me small tablets of aspirin.

“Maybe a medical examination should be conducted on me because I want to believe I m must have slept my way through all these atrocities.

“There was a time we had a visitor ‘aunt Bridget who slept in the guest room and my niece decided to sleep with her in the room.

“Unknown to Femi that we had a visitor, he tiptoed to guest room thinking it was only my niece there and removed her wrapper.

“Bridget shouted ‘blood of Jesus’ and he apologised that he was checking up on everyone at the dead of the night.” she said.

Olaleye’s wife denied the claim that she set up her niece against her husband in the two-count charge of defilement and sexual assault, adding that she wanted truth to prevail.

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“How can I set up a 15-year-old child to destroy the father of my children? I do not have anything to gain but the truth to prevail.

“My lord, I was raised to be a confident woman m Evil is evil irrespective of who perpetrated it. I have a girl child and eight nieces. My conscience will not let me rest even if the defendant is my husband,” She said.

In a cross-examination led by the defence counsel, Mr Babatunde Ogala (SAN), Olaleye’s wife confirmed to the court that Dr. Ogunnubi told her that her husband was diagnosed of sex addiction and that sex life with her estranged husband was great

“Our sex life as couple was great and I was surprised that my niece gave him oral sex because he told me he never liked oral sex.

“Anytime I want to go down, he tells me, no! no! Aderemi, I am an old man’ so I am surprised that my niece gave him oral sex.

“I share the same bedroom with my husband and I go to bed at 9.00 after praying with the children, my niece inclusive because they all sleep in the same room and my husband, sometimes, says he wants to stay back and watch television,” she said.

She also told the court that she had filed for a sole custody of the children before a Yaba Magistrates’ Court, adding that the joint account she shared with her husband was opened by her and she owned 90 per cent of the money in it.

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The witness also denied that he made a request that their house be signed off as a condition to drop the case against her husband.

“The house was signed off to our children not to me and it was an agreement between Femi and I that the house should be put in trust until our children clock 18 years.

She futher confirmed to the court that she had relocated her children to America and that they attended online classes.

The witness also said that her husband did not sign the change of ownership of their car worth N14 million when she requested for.

Justice Ramon Oshodi adjourned the case until Dec. 21 or the continuation of trial

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Offa Robbery: Principal Suspect Reveals Kyari Ask Him To Implicate Saraki




A principal suspects in the Offa bank robbery incident at Kwara State, Ayoade Akinrinbosun, has told the State High Court sitting in Ilorin, how the former Commander, IRT squad, Abba Kyari, offered him ten million naira, N10m, to implicate former Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki, in the armed robbery case.

He revealed further that Kyari promised to give him a visa to any country of his choice if he supports the move to implicate Saraki, but that he declined the offer.

Five suspects, Ayoade Akinrinbosun, Ibikunle Ogunleye, Adeola Abraham and two others were charged to court by the police for criminal conspiracy to rob the banks, murder of nine policemen and other citizens, and illegal possession of firearms.

During the incident, about 10 persons were feared killed while other residents of Offa sustained injuries.

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However, during cross-examination by defence counsel, Mr Mathias Emeribe, SAN, Akinrinbosun said he was offered N10 million to claim that Saraki asked them to carry out the bloody robbery operation.

According to him,” he (Abba Kyari) said I should admit and say Saraki was the one who asked us to go and rob. I told him I won’t do that. That I will rather die for what I didn’t do than lie against an innocent man.

“He asked me to think over his offer very well. At this point, he ordered officers Hassan and Mashood to return me to the cell, a separate one from where others were and that they should stop torturing me.”

Akinrinbosun said he was not allowed to write any statement in Ilorin except his bio-data until they were conveyed to Abuja in a tinted bus, where he was later kept in a place called Abattoir.

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There, the suspect said some herdsmen were killed in his presence, adding that he was tortured and shot in the leg in order to implicate Saraki.

Akinrinbosun maintained that Saraki had nothing to do with the robbery case.

He said: “We were like 15 to 20 taken to Abuja, I only know a few of them. We were put outside and served meals, but I couldn’t eat because my hands were paralyzed due to the torture I went through in their hands in Ilorin. They asked Kunle Ogunleye to feed me.

“They separated the five of us, put us in the generator house and Officer Hassan Attila ordered that they bring some men. They went to bring five men, Fulani men. They brought them and killed them all in my presence.

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“I was told that was not a film. He asked me to stretch my legs and shot my right leg. He shot the second leg but when I tried shifting the leg, it hit my thumb.”

The defendant went on to show the gunshot wounds on his legs to the court.

Akinrinbosun added that one of the robbery suspects, Michael Adikwu, was shot dead in his presence, a situation that got him terrified and made him agree to implicate Saraki in a prepared statement before newsmen.

The trial judge, Justice Alimat Salman, adjourned the case till February 13, 2023, for the continuation of the trial.







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Abba Kyari Knows Fate March 22 Over Dismissing Cocaine Dealing Trial

Federal High Court in Abuja has fixed March 22 to rule on an application filed by Abba Kyari, accomplices to dismiss cocaine dealings trial levelled against them




The Federal High Court sitting in Abuja, has fixed March 22, to determine if the former boss of Intelligence Response Team (IRT) of the Nigeria Police Force, Abba Kyari has a case to answer over alleged complicity in cocaine dealing.

Abba Kyari and four other suspended police officers are challenging the competence of criminal charges on which they are being tried.

The presiding judge, Justice Emeka Nwite chose the date for ruling after listening to submissions by lawyers to the prosecution and defence.

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, NDLEA, is prosecuting Kyari and four members of the Intelligence Response Team (IRT) of the Nigeria Police Force, ACP Sunday J. Ubua, ASP Bawa James, Inspector Simon Agirgba and Inspector John Nuhu.

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They were charged with conspiracy to deal in 17.55kg of cocaine; dealing in cocaine without lawful authority; conspiracy to tamper with cocaine and unlawfully tampering with the 21.35kg of cocaine seized from Umeibe and Ezenwanne.

The former IRT boss was also charged alone with attempting to obstruct NDLEA officials in the conduct of their activities by offering them a bribe.

Arguing the application, lead defence lawyer, Nureni Jimoh, SAN, prayed the court to quash the charge and discharge clients on the grounds that the defendants, who are serving police officers, were yet to be subjected to the internal disciplinary action of the Nigeria Police Council (NPC) and the Police Service Commission (PSC), as required by law.

The senior advocate contended that the failure on the part of the complainant (NDLEA) to await the outcome of the disciplinary mechanisms of the NPF in relation to his clients has rendered the charge incompetent and denied the court jurisdiction to proceed with the trial.

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He argued that the utilisation of the internal disciplinary mechanisms of the Nigeria Police Council (NPC) and Police Service Commission (PSC) provided by the Constitution was a condition precedent before the defendants could be subjected to any external prosecution.

Nureni further argued that though the disciplinary action taken by the NPC and PSC had commenced earnestly and the applicants had previously answered queries issued to them by the police authorities before this charge was filed against the applicants, the charge wrongly truncated the disciplinary procedure commenced by these authorities

Responding, prosecuting lawyer, Joseph Sunday, opposed the application and prayed to the court to dismiss it.

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He contended that most of the cases cited by the senior lawyer did not relate with the Police Service Act, saying the instant charge against the defendant was a criminal matter.

He argued that the defendants have not, either by their application or affidavit evidence, established any condition precedent required before the filing of the charge.

“To that extent, their application failed and bereft of any factual evidence,” he said.

He urged the court to dismiss the application and proceed with the trial.


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IGP Arraigns Accountant Over Alleged Fraud




The Inspector General of Police, IGP, has arraigned an accountant, Rasak Adeniji before a Lagos Magistrate Court sitting in Yaba over alleged fraud, conspiracy and unlawful eviction.

Adeniji was arraigned before Magistrate A.O. Olatunbosun on seven counts charge brought against him by the men of Police Force CID, Alagbon, Lagos.

His offence bordering on conspiracy, misrepresentation of fact, stealing and unlawful eviction.,

The prosecution counsel, Mr. Morufu Animashaun informed the court that the defendant who was the accountant in Damtina Stores Limited, conspired with others at large to commit the offence between September to December 2018 in Lagos.

Animashaun told court that the defendant with others at large, conspired among themselves to commit felony to defraud Damtina Stores Limited of its property, wrote two letters to Lagos State Physical Planning Permit Authority (LASPPPA) on the 28th September, 2021 with the letter head of Damtina Stores Limited without authorisation of the company.

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The prosecution also alleged that the defendant lied before the Magisterial District Court in Epe which led to the wrongful eviction of one Jonathan Agwu.

According to Animashaun, “The defendant intentionally misrepresented fact to his honour, Magistrate H.O. Amos sitting at Court 3, Epe, Magisterial District, by falsely testified that one Jonathan Agwu was not a subsisting tenant of the No.18, Abibu Oki Street, Lagos Island which led to his unlawful eviction.”

He further told court that, sometime between September to December 2018, defendant collected the sum of N250,000.00 from Paulijyk Interbiz Limited in order to fast track the lease and falsify documents of Damtina Stores Limited to favour Paulijyk Interbiz Limited and also stole N10 million his employer.

Their offences are contrary to and punishable under Section 325(1), 370(a)(b) and 412 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State Nigeria, 2015.

Also, contrary to and punishable under Section 287(8), 96(a) and section 83(b) of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State Nigeria, 2015.

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He pleaded not guilty to all the counts preferred against him.

Following his plea, Animashaun prayed to the court to remand him Correctional Center pending determination of the suit and asked for accelerated hearing of the case.

However, responding to his submission, the defendant counsel, Mr. O. Olusumade urged the court to grant his client bail.

Magistrate Olatunbosun therefore admitted him to bail of N1million with two sureties in like sum. Ordered that one of the sureties must be a blood relation of the defendant and second surety must be a land owner within the jurisdiction of the court.

While the magistrate ordered that the addresses of the two sureties be verified, she further ordered the defendant to be remanded at Ikoyi Correctional centre pending the perfection of his bail and subsequently adjourned to February 27, 2023.

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