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Court Issues Bench Warrant Against Actress Estranged Husband




Olarenwaju Saheed - Jago

An Ogba Magistrates’ Court, Lagos, has declared the estranged husband to an actress, Ronke Odusanya, and the father of her child, Olarenwaju Saheed, popularly known as Jago wanted.

The trial Magistrate, Ms. M. O. Tanimola, declared Jago wanted after issuing a bench warrant against him over his absence to appear in court over their daughter’s custody.

Jago had on the 10th of February, 2021, requested a DNA test of their daughter to determine paternity before carrying on with proceedings.

A request which was granted by the court while mandating both parties to present themselves for sample collection.

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Magistrate Tanimola further ordered Jago to pay for the DNA test.

However, Jago defiled the order as he refused to show up for the test, thereby delaying the court process.

The proceedings has suffer series of set back at the instance of Jago which makes the court to issue a bench warrant against him.

Trouble started after two years of welcoming their daughter named Fifehunmi, over a messy paternity scandal.

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Ondo Pastor Appears in Court Over Allegation of Raping Pregnant Woman




Ondo State Magistrate’s Court sitting in Akure has ordered the Nigeria Police to transfer the case File of a pastor, Gbenga Filani, who allegedly raped a five-months old pregnant woman in Akure, to the Directorate of Public Prosecutions, DPP, for Legal advice.

The presiding Magistrate, Mr Damilola Sekoni, gave the order after the pastor appeared before his court over allegations of rape and assault.

Pastor Filani was arrested by the police last week after the victim accused him of raping her inside his church when she went for deliverance.

Arraigning the defendant, Police Counsel, Mr. Nelson Akintimehin informed the court that the Police has two count charge information against the defendant over the offences.

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He told the court that the offences are punishable under sections 358 and 360 of the Criminal Code Cap. 37, Vol. 1 Laws of Ondo State of Nigeria, 2006.

Akintimehin prayed the court to remand the defendant pending legal advice from the Directorate of Public Prosecutions.

But the defence counsel, Mr Adelanke Akinrata, opposed the application and urged the court to grant his client bail pending the issuance of the legal advice.

He argued that there was no evidence before the court to link the defendant with the alleged offence.

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In a short ruling, Magistrate Sekoni granted bail to the pastor in the sum of N500,000 with two sureties in like sum.

He said the sureties must depose to affidavits of means, adding that they must also have landed property within the jurisdiction of the court.

He adjourned the case till January 14, 2022 for hearing.

The charge read, “That you, Gbenga Filani, on December 8, 2021, around 3.43pm at the Celestial Church of Christ, Deliverance Parish, No 1, Owuye Close, Fabunmi Avenue, Oda Road, Akure, in the Akure Magisterial District, did unlawfully have carnal knowledge of a 19-year-old woman without her consent, under the pretext of spiritual healing, thereby committing an offence contrary to Section 357 and punishable under Section 358 of the Criminal Code Cap. 37, Vol. 1, Laws of Ondo State of Nigeria, 2006.

“That you, Gbenga Filani, on the same date, time and place, in the aforementioned magisterial district, did unlawfully and indecently assault her by touching her private parts against her will, thereby committing an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 360 of the Criminal Code Cap. 37, Vol. 1, Laws of Ondo State of Nigeria, 2006.”

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Women Rally Against Domestic And Sexual Violence




Mrs Layi-Babatunde Receiving an Award

Women have been urged to promote advocacy against domestic and sexual violence, with a view to stamp this menace out our society as a way of building total citizens.

The publisher: “Judgments of the Supreme Court of Nigeria,” Mrs Adejoke Layi-Babatunde, said this at a round table discussion, theme: “Heal and Build Confidence,” organised by Bomarah Foundation, held at Ikeja GRA, Lagos.

She expressed concerns over the recent report that Lagos recorded over 10,000 cases of domestic and sexual violence during the lockdown saying that the sad development should be of concern to every women.

Mrs Layi-Babatunde urged women to be bold and courageous enough to speak up against social malaise in public places including the church and the mosque.

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In a remark, Vice Chairperson, ENL Consortium, Princess (Dr) Vicky Hasstrup who delivered a Paper on ‘Women Empowerment,’ outlined cultural, political, education, religion and social values as factors militating against women development.

Dr Hasstrup urged women to break these barriers by taking part in community activities and development, believe in themselves and their capabilities as nobody will do it for them.

“Whatever is your chosen area, get somebody to mentor you, determine where you are going and how to get there.

“Women need to work together and snatch power from men. You do not need to beg for power like beggars. We should take our rightful place. In politic, we should get involved from community to national level and make suggestions and contribute valueable ideas so that you can be respected”, she advised.

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President and founder, Bomarah Foundation, Hajia Bolanle Muse in her welcome address, said the foundation which took off in 1996 as a General philantropic concern with rehabilitation, visitation and education based programmes but has since veered into an organisation with three focuses on children, youths and persons with disabilities.

She reaffirmed the organisation’s commitment to it’s three dimensional strategic instrument of education, advocacy and empowerment by determining the problems appropriate solutions.

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