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Day Police Bursted Lesbian Party, Arrested 15



Where there is no law, no crime, they say. The eve of 2015 Christmas was totally unfavorable to some set of girls who were reportedly nabbed by the men of the Nigeria Police at a gathering suspected to be a lesbian party.
Before now, the police had warned that any party meant to promote homosexuality in the state would be seriously frowned at, reiterating that anyone caught in the act would be fervently dealt with.
But some girls have turned deaf ears to this warning and still went ahead to have a party as they have so much got into the act of lesbianism beyond control. They are currently facing the consequences.
It all dawned on a group of lesbians who had scheduled a party at the popular Eleko Beach, Lagos Island, on the 24th December, 2015. The party, which was meant to gather lesbians and have fun and to also introduce the act to other girls, was reportedly spearheaded by one Olajumoke Bimpe, who seemed to be their gang leader.
Meanwhile, following a tip off, the Police invaded the party, where these suspects were said to have been practising lesbianism.
According to an eye witness, the girls were caught unaware as they had been lost in the fun when the party was instantly disrupted.
Despite the effort of the Police to put all in the net, the party convener, Olajumoke Bimpe, and a few others managed to escape the scene the Police have stated via its Public Relations Officer.
According to the Police, those arrested at the scene were: Adegunju Toyin, Omobori Bisi, Adegoke Wummy, Onala Joy, Nnamdi Nkechi, Odunfa Daramola, Durojaiye Tosin, Olawale Opeyemi, Williams Bidemi, Bamitale Olamide, and a few others still at large.
One of the girls, Adegoke Wummy, confessed that she was invited by her lover, Olajumoke Bimpe, the suspected leader of the lesbians and convener of the party, to celebrate the end of the year with other lesbian friends.
Meanwhile, the Police have maintained that investigation was still ongoing to ensure that others were nabbed, while Olajumoke Bimpe was declared wanted by the Police for interrogation.
Source: Tribune

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58- year-old pastor prosecuted for defiling a 7-year-old minor in Ibadan



A 58-year old Pastor, Mr Francis Abayomi was prosecuted for allegedly defiling one Akinpelu Emmanuella (F) 7 years Old on November 25,2020 at Kutamiti Street off Bashorun Expressway Ibadan, according to the Oyo State Command of Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) on Thursday.

The Magistrate in Charge of Family Court 1 Iyaganku Ibadan, SH Adebisi ordered that the Suspect should be remanded in NSCDC Custody at the State Headquater Agodi Ibadan and adjourned the Case till 25 January 2021.

The Suspect was allegedly defile the Victim without her Consent and thereby Committed an Offence contrary to section 34(1) and Punishable Under Section 34 (2) of the Oyo State Child Right Law 2006.

Meanwhile Oyo State Command Anti Human trafficking Unit attended to 343 cases in 2020 ranges from Child trafficking, Child abuse,child labour and street children,Rape and Defilement child in need of Care and Protection,physical assault and Domestic violence.

The State’s Commandant of NSCDC has frown at issue of rape,defilement,incent and all form of abuse on child and female gender, he however warn members of the public who engage in such act to desist from it or face the full wrath of the law and without compromise.

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Oyo Amotekun Confirms Killing of 23-Year-Old Man In Ibadan, Dismisses Erring Officer



Oyo State Security Network Agency, popularly known as Amotekun, on Thursday confirmed the death of Mr Tosin Thomas, 23, who was allegedly killed by one of its officers, Afolabi Kazeem, at Mokola, in Ibadan.

The state’s Commandant of the security outfit, Colonel Olayanju Olayinka (rtd.) who confirmed the development also informed that it has dismissed Afolabi Kazeem with Ammunition Number AM031849.

Afolabi, was reported to have killed Mr Tosin Thomas on Wednesday.

Colonel Olayinka (rtd.) in a statement he personally signed and made available to newsmen  in Ibadan added that the erring corp has been handed over to the police for prosecution, while his Team leader, George Idowu, is being thoroughly investigated and will face all necessary sanctions.

Narrating the incident that led to the killing of Thomas, Colonel Olayinka said “at about 10 PM on Wednesday, January 13, 2021, Operatives of Amotekun, led by Team Leader George Idowu, got an alert of a purported armed robbery operation at Total Filling Station, Mokola, Ibadan.

“Following the distress call, the Team Leader and his team of seven members arrived at the scene.

“On arrival at the scene of the alleged crime, it turned out that it was not an armed robbery operation, though a crowd had gathered.

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“The Team Leader, sensing no immediate danger to anyone at the scene immediately proceeded to speak with the station manager. While he was with the manager, he heard a gunshot.

“As it turned out, one of his team members, by the name Afolabi Kazeem, who felt sufficiently threatened by the crowd, which included some hoodlums armed with cutlasses and other dangerous weapons, opened fire to supposedly scare away the crowd. Unfortunately, his shot hit one Mr Tosin Thomas, 23, who was subsequently confirmed dead.”

Amotekun Commandant disclosed that the Corps has found that Afolabi Kazeem with Ammunition Number AM031849 acted outside the Amotekun Corps’ protocols.

He continued, “For this reason, he has been summarily dismissed from the Corps and handed over to the police for prosecution. Also, his Team leader, George Idowu, is being thoroughly investigated and will face all necessary sanctions”.

Amotekun Commandant, however reassured members of the public of the Corps’ internal mechanisms for dealing with erring officers, adding that “We will continue to train and retrain our officers on best practices and rules of engagement.”

He then disclosed that the Corps deeply regrets the loss to the Thomas family, and “we are already in touch with the family”.

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Oyo Begins Enforcement of Law Against Overloading For Commercial Cyclists, Motorists





Commercial motor drivers with more than one passenger on the front seat as well as cyclists with more than one passenger would henceforth be arrested and prosecuted for violation of Oyo State Road Traffic Law.


This was disclosed on Monday by the Chairman, Oyo State Road Transport Management Authority (OYRTMA), Mogaji Akin Fagbemi, at Ibadan while addressing journalists.


Fagbemi said the number of accidents attributed to overloading in the recent has risen, calling on all motorists to comply with the State Road Traffic Law (2019) that compelled motorists not to take more than a passenger at the front while commercial motorcyclists were also to take a passenger with compulsory use of crash helmet.


“Owing to the significant number of motorcycle-related road crashes recorded in the State in the last two quarters of the year, it has become imperative and expedient to fully and strictly implement the portion of the State Road Traffic Law 2019, which clearly stipulates that all motorists and motorcycles operating within the State should not at any point in time carry more than one passenger and must as well utilize the crash helmet.


“In the best interest of citizens of Oyo State, particularly as the Governor Seyi Makinde-led administration is committed to the security of lives and properties of the people, the governor has directed, through OYRTMA that all commercial motorists and motorcycles must adhere strictly to the traffic law on the number of passengers to load, so as to avoid accident.”

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Fagbemi reiterated the readiness of the State administration to put any offender caught violating the law through the legal process to serve as deterrence for others.

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