Saturday, 24 May 2014

Prophetess arrested for killing newlywed in Ondo

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FOR her complicity in the controversial death of 34-year-old Victor Oguntibeju, police have arraigned Prophetess Victoria Abiodun before an Oke Eda Magistrate’s Court, Akure, Ondo State.
Police prosecutor, Isaac Atenegbe, told the court that Prophetess Abiodun committed the offence at Saka Ibrahim Street, Ijoka, Akure, on April 10, 2014 about midnight when she allegedly gave Victor a herbal mixture leading to his death.

He said that the offence was contrary to section 316 of laws of Ondo State (2006).
Prophetess Abiodun pleaded not guilty to the charges.
Although, Magistrate Adebisi Daomi noted that a case of murder was beyond the jurisdiction of a magistrate’s court, she, however, ordered that she be remanded in prison, while the case has been adjourned to June 5.
The Nation had reported a few weeks ago how the late Oguntibeju left his home at No 1, Ifelodun Street, Oke-Ijebu, Akure on Tuesday April 8, 2014 for a spiritual consultation at Christ Evangelical Power C&S Church on Saka Ibrahim Street, Oke-Ukere in Akure, founded by Prophetess Abiodun.
Apart from working as a welder, the deceased had just finished a degree programme at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) Ogbomosho, Oyo State. He was to attend the convocation of the university before his unfortunate death about a month ago.
His death came barely six months after his marriage to his heartrob called Toyin.
Some unidentified persons were said to have set fire to the church in retaliation for the death of the deceased whose wife was delivered of a new baby on the day he died.

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