It is no longer news that the Nigerian Correctional Services, NCoS has been ordered by a court of law to keep Nollywood actor, James Olarewaju Omiyinka, known publicly as Baba Ijesha in prison for 16 years for assaulting or raping a minor.
Oluwadamilola Adekoya also known as Princess Comedienne took to her Instagram page on Thursday, shortly after the court judgement to rain curses on the former Lagos State Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu among others who she accused of attempting to frustrating her efforts in bringing Baba Ijesha to justice.
LindaIkeji news media translated and reported the statement of Princess Comedienne who spoke in Yoruba language thus: “Comedienne Princess weeps as she reins curses on Yomi Fabiyi, former Lagos police boss Hakeem Odumosu, Iya Rainbow and others.
“She did this after the Lagos Special court on Thursday, July 14, found actor Baba Ijesha guilty of sexually assaulting her 14-year-old foster daughter and was sentenced to 16 years imprisonment”.
Justice Oluwatoyin Taiwo of an Ikeja Special Offences Court had same day July 14, ruled that, Nollywood actor, Olanrewaju James, alias Baba Ijesha, took his acting too far by defiling a 14-year-old.
The judge sentenced Baba Ijesha to 16 years imprisonment for defiling the 14-year-old foster daughter of comedienne, Damilola Adekoya also known as Princess.
“The defendant took his acting too far. Children are frequently preyed on because of their inability to defend themselves. However, the court is not distracted. The defendant abused the position of friendship.
“This case brings to the limelight various sexual assault cases in the society despite the efforts of government and non-governmental organisations to sensitize the public on incessant cases of sexual assault.
“The is very sad. The behaviour of the defendant is appalling, as this shows the length people can go in exhibiting the animalistic urge in them”, the court rules.
It was gathered that Baba Ijesha broke down in tears after the judge pronounced the judgment. The judge sentenced him to five years’ imprisonment on count two, three years on count three, five years on count four and three years on count five of the six-count charge he faced.
The court ordered that the sentencing, which must take effect from July 14, should run concurrently.
Below are videos and reports from other media on the curses rain on the former commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Hakeem Odumosu among other issues embedded.