Man,35 defiles a minor,7 year old girl in Adamawa

A 35 year old man, Ibrahim Wakili of Babal community in Malabu ward, Fufore Local Government Area in Adamawa state on Monday admitted defiling a 7 year girl names withheld.

He confessed before Chief Magistrate Court Yola town that he lured the little girl and forcefully defiled her in one uncompleted building in their community.

The accused who has 2 wives and 10 children blamed the devil for his action, and denied whether it was for ritual purposes.

According to the prosecution, the father of the minor reported to the police on 10th February, 2021, that the suspect deceived his daughter and took her into the building and had sex with her.

ALSO READ:  Mailafia released by DSS after six hours’ grilling

Upon his arraignment before Magistrate Uwani Danladi led Yola Magistrate Court over the alleged offence contrary to section 211 of the penal code law, he confessed that he had actually defiled the girl.

It was after he pleaded guilty to the offence that the court ordered that he should be remanded in prison custody, and however adjourned the matter to 22nd March, 2021.

Earlier, the prosecutor, Inspector Zakka Musa, informed the court that the case is criminal in nature, and prayed the court to adjourn the matter to enable the prosecution send the case file to the ministry of justice for advice.



The General News

TGnews is a tripod of (The General) News,articles, Journals, opinion and adverts to millions of people accessing the internet. Serving the common interest not personal or sectarian or Religion interest that are in conflict with the national goals and aspirations of building a united ,peaceful and progressive Nigeria and the World at Large.

Next Post

Taraba resident doctors suspend two months strike

Tue Feb 23 , 2021
The Taraba State Chapter of the Association of Resident Doctors (ARD) on Monday suspended the two months old strike. The association in the State had on December 24th, 2020 embarked on an indefinite strike action over what they termed Government’s inability to honour and implement the Memorandom Of Understanding signed […]
Call for advert