How 71-year-old landlord impregnates tenant’s teenage daughter in Ogun - NEWS FRONTIER DAILY


Friday, May 10, 2024

How 71-year-old landlord impregnates tenant’s teenage daughter in Ogun

By Demilade Michael

A 71-year-old landlord, simply identified as Adesina, has been arrested by operatives of Ogun State command of Nigeria Police, for allegedly defiling and impregnating his tenant’s 14-year-old girl (name withheld) at Akegbeyale Street, in Ifesowapo Akute, Ifo Local Government Area of the state.

It was reliably gathered that the action of the septuagenarian surprised residents and other tenants when suspect was caught on Tuesday, April 9, 2024, having sexual intercourse with the 14-year-old girl at about 10:15 pm in the house bathroom.

The minor, according to a source was said to have gone to the bathroom to take a shower, but few seconds later, the landlord was said to have gained entrance into the same bathroom and was believed to be having sexual intercourse with the teenager before he was caught in the act.

After the shocking discovery, members of the community and other neighbours raised the alarm, leading to the arrest of the landlord by the men of the Ajuwon Police Division.

It was gathered that upon advice by the police and others on the need for the minor to be treated to avoid any infection, the father was said to have taken the 14-year-old girl to the hospital for medical examination.

Confirming the incident, spokesperson for the state Police Command, Omolola Odutola, said the case had been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department, for discreet investigation.

Odutola said, “the landlord has been arrested and detained. The father reported that he was caught defiling his 14-year-old daughter in their bathroom. The teenager was taken to Tamara Hospital in Akute for a medical examination.

“However, the medical report showed that that wasn’t a first-time act because the test showed that the teenager was already six weeks pregnant. 

The state CID in Eleweran will soon take up the matter for further investigation,” Odutola stated.

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