Wednesday 22 June 2016

photo: Wicked Woman Sent to Prison for Slitting Her Niece's Neck with Blade in Lagos

A Lagos woman has been sentenced to 4-years in prison for allegedly using a razor blade to cut her niece in the neck and hand because she entered other people's apartments without her permission.

The 12-year-old victim, Adeola.
A woman identified as Funmi Otitoloju, have been arrested a by the police in Lagos State for allegedly brutalising her 12-year-old niece identified only as Adeola on Thursday, June 9, 2016 at about 6:00am, in the Baiyeku community in the Ikorodu area of Lagos state.
It was learnt that Otitoloju allegedly used a razor blade to cut the primary 3 girl in the neck and hand because she entered other people’s apartments without her permission, after which a good samaritan rushed the victim to a general hospital.
It was further learnt that a neighour had reported to Otitoloju that the victim stole from her room and when the neighbour was queried on what the victim stole, she could not answer. Otitoloju then reportedly punished her niece after her landlady also came to report that the girl sneaked into her apartment.
A worker with the Child Protection Network in the Ikorodu area was said to have been invited and the worker reported the matter at the Ikorodu Police Division and thereafter, the police arrested Otitoloju, while the victim was treated at the hospital and had been taken into government’s custody.
The police on Monday arraigned Otitoloju on two counts bordering on child abuse at the Ikorodu Magistrates’ Court, Ikorodu.
The charges read, “That you, Funmi Otitoloju, on June 9, at about 6.30am on Sambi Street, Off Macaulay area, off Baiyeku Road, in the Ikorodu Magisterial District, did assault one Adeola, 12 years old, with a razor blade on her right hand and neck, causing her bodily harm, and thereby committing an offence contrary to and punishable under Section 171 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2011.

“That you, Funmi Otitoloju, on the same date, time and place in the aforementioned magisterial district, did unlawfully and indecently deal with a child, thereby committing an offence punishable under Section 135 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2011.”
The accused pleaded guilty to the charges.
The razor blade was presented as an exhibit in court and the Magistrate, Mrs. A.A. Oshoniyi, sentenced Otitoloju to four years’ imprisonment with no option of fine.

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