Court docket remands father in jail for impregnating 17 12 months outdated daughter
A 36-year-old man, Peter Moses has been ordered to be remanded in jail by a Chief Justice of the Peace court docket sitting in Ore, Ondo State for allegedly raping and impregnating his daughter.
The accused individual was mentioned to have dedicated the offence between November, final and January 2021 at Asewele Korede camp through Ore in Odigbo council space of the state.
The cost sheet reads, “That you just Peter Moses, on the between November 2020 and January 2021 at Asewele Korede camp through Ore within the Ore Magisterial District did unlawfully have sexual activity with one Peter Persistence, aged 17 years and thereby dedicated an offence opposite to part 31 sub-section (1) and punishable below part 31 sub-section (2) of Half 3 of Youngster’s Proper Acts of Federal Republic of Nigeria 2003.
“That you just Peter Moses, throughout the identical interval, time and place within the aforementioned magisterial district did sexually abuse your daughter by having sexual activity together with her and gave her 4 months outdated being pregnant, thereby dedicated an offence opposite to part 32 sub-section (2) and punishable below part 32 sub-section (2) of Half 3 of Youngster’s Proper Acts of Federal Republic of Nigeria 2003.”
Police Prosecutor, Inspector Jimoh Amuda informed the court docket that the accused individual had dedicated a punishable offence.
Amuda, nonetheless, mentioned that police had simply kick-started the investigations into the matter. He pleaded the court docket to adjourn the matter to allow the police to finish investigations and search authorized recommendation from the Justice Ministry.
The accused individual, nonetheless, pleaded responsible to the 2 fees levelled towards him. He urged the court docket to mood justice with mercy on him.
The Presiding Justice of the Peace, F.O. Omofolarin, ordered the accused individual to be remanded in Correctional Centre in Akure pending the result of the DPP authorized recommendation.
Justice of the Peace Omofolarin, subsequently, adjourned the case to February 21 for point out and to allow police to finish its investigations.
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