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Police Nabs 16-year-old Boy With 14 Used Female Panties

A 16-year-old boy identified as Adeniyi Muhammed has been arrested in Ogun state after being caught with 14 used female panties.

Ogun state police spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi said the suspect was arrested after a resident of Kano Street in the Ayetoro area of the state lodged a complaint over the theft of her panties on Tuesday August 18.

Oyeyemi said that a search warrant was executed in his dwelling house and another 14 used woman pants were recovered there.

He further said that the suspect after some interrogations claimed that he was sent by somebody to get those pants for him.

The police spokesperson added that effort is already in place to get his so-called accomplice arrested.

It was further learnt that the state Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun has directed that the suspect be transferred to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation.

Kashamu: OBJ Mourns, Says Late Senator Couldn’t Escape Death Despite Evading Justice

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo has condoled with Governor Dapo Abiodun on the death of Senator Buruji Kashamu.

In a condolence letter to Abiodun by his media aide, Kehinde Akinyemi, Obasanjo said the death of the PDP stalwart was sad but noted the life and history of the departed have lessons for those on this side of the veil.

Kashamu, who represented Ogun East at the Senate in the 8th National Assembly and contested the gubernatorial ticket of the state on the platform of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) with Governor Abiodun, died in a hospital in Lagos on Saturday of COVID-19 complications.

OBJ said that Senator Esho Jinadu (Buruji Kashmu) in his lifetime used the maneuver of law and politics to escape from facing justice on alleged criminal offence in Nigeria and outside Nigeria, but no legal, political, cultural, social or even medical maneuver could stop the cold hand of death.

He however pray to Allah to forgive his sin and accept his soul into Aljanah, and may God grant his family and friends fortitude to bear the irreparable loss.

Ogun, Bayelsa, Others Get New Police Commissioner

Four new Commissioner of Police have been ordered to take over the affairs of policing in Ogun, Bayelsa, Ekiti and Cross River respectively by the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Adamu with immediate effect.

The Inspector-General of Police, IGP, Mohammed Adamu, has ordered the posting of new Commissioners of Police to Ekiti, Ogun, Cross River and Bayelsa states.

This is in regards to a statement issued yesterday by the Force Public Relations Officer, Force Headquarters, DCP Frank Mba, CP Mobayo Babatunde has been deployed to Ekiti State, while CP Edward Ajogun is deployed to Ogun State.

Also, CP Abdulkadir Jimoh is deployed to Cross River State, while CP Okoli Michael is deployed to Bayelsa State.

The statement further disclosed that the postings were with immediate effect.

It was gathered that some of the officers that are being replaced are either proceeding to the National Institute for Policy and Strategic Studies, NIPSS, or National Defence College or are getting set for pre-retirement leave.

Cleric Confesses Sleeping With His Daughter For Five Years

Police have arrested a 44 – year – old pastor of Christ Apostolic Church , Ogo- Oluwa parish , Oluwafemi Oyebola , who has been sleeping with his daughter since 2015 and subsequently procured abortion for her three times.

The arrest was said to have been made following a complaint by his daughter at the Owode – Egbado Divisional Police Headquarters after running to a Non Governmental Organization for assistance over the unbecoming experience she was passing through at home.

The state Police Public Relations Officer , Abimbola Oyeyemi , confirmed the incident in a statement on Tuesday .

He said the victim told the police that her father had been forcefully having carnal knowledge of her since 2015 when she was 19 – year- old shortly after the demise of her mother .

The PPRO said that the victim further reported that she got pregnant for her father three times after which her father took her to a nurse where those pregnancies were aborted and later made her do family planning in order to prevent her from getting pregnant again.

Oyeyemi said the victim , upon realising that her father was out to ruin her life , ran away from the house and reported to a non -governmental organisation , Advocacy for Children and Vulnerable Persons Network .

He said the Cleric was arrested at his residence after the complain has been brought to the police.

The police spokesman added that the suspect confessed during interrogation that all his daughter said was nothing but the whole truth.

The PPRO noted that the state Commissioner of Police , Kenneth Ebrimson , had ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the anti -human trafficking and child labour unit of the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution.

Ogun Records Low Adherence For Birth Control During Lockdown

Family planning service providers in Ogun State have lamented the low turnout of women using various contraceptives methods in this period of movement restriction in the state, which has kept many residents at home.

Two family planning service providers told journalists in Abeokuta yesterday that the development might lead to population surge in the state after lockdown.

According to them, with the high rate of fertility in Nigeria and the low prevalence of the adoption of contraceptives by Nigerians generally, the country should expect a significant increase in the population, as many people were made to stay at home in compliance with the lockdown order as the federal and state governments battle to
contain the raging coronavirus disease.

A Chief Nursing Officer at a family health care centre located at Oke-Ilewo, Abeokuta South local government, Mrs Florence Idowu, attributed the low turnout of family planning clients to difficulties in accessing the centre due to the movement restriction order.

She said, “Our major challenge is how to get people to come here. I have used my own vehicle many times to convey stranded clients from their various places to the centre.

“The number of clients coming to the centre to procure family planning methods has significantly reduced since the implementation of the lockdown order.

Only a few clients that have the means of transportation come.”

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