Police Declare Obesere Innocent Of Rape Allegation! Set To Release Full Album On

Date: 01-04-2014 3:17 pm (7 years ago) | Author: Charles colins
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In a chat with Encomium magazine, on Friday, March 28, 2014, the Lagos State Police Command Spokesperson, Mrs Ngozi Braide has said Miss Nike Olaiya who accused Obesere of rape is a blackmailer and extortionist. She said they both agreed they had canal knowledge of each other but Nike was only trying to blackmail him afterwards. Here’s how Encomium puts it;



‘As far as we're concerned, and based on the investigations carried out so far on the matter, most of the allegations by Obesere's accuser, Olanike Olaiya were fabricated. Although, they both admitted having canal knowledge of each other, there was absolutely nothing to show that Nike was molested as she claimed. It was a frame -up because the lady has refused to honour police invitation. And the doctor's report available to us has shown that she was not molested. We're made to understand that this lady on her own went to Obesere's house in search of Obesere, that she spent the nights there. She was there cooking and everybody in the house ate. Continue after the cut...


People in that house have equally made statements. I think there was a mutual relationship between the two of them. Nike is a 29 year old lady, a divorcee. I think during the period she was in the house, they had canal knowledge of each other, and she left him after which she went to the station to allege that she was molested. I think there was a case of mutual relationship between both parties as well as extortion attempt’’.

 "Before she went to make such allegations, she had already contacted Obesere on phone to demand certain amount that she was bleeding and so on. Obesere now invited her to a hospital. The doctor examined her and he didn't see anything abnormal. And they said for further clarification, she should go for scan. She left and never returned to the hospital."

But investigation is still in progress. Police would not rest until we get to the root of the matter and we will make the outcome known to the public.

Reacting on the development on Saturday march 29,2014, Omo rapala , as Obesere is known , said, I thank God I have been vindicated by the outcome of the investigations so far conducted by the police. What's next is to enter the studio for my next album. I thank God and that people have identified with me so far. I am very sure the police will soon get to the root of the matter."


Asked to give details of the new album , he said , It's about the incident .But I am yet to decide on its title. Marketers have shown up but it will be marketed and distributed by Ola Oluwa records, Alaba International Market, Lagos. By the special grace of God, it will be out before the end of April this year, he said.

Posted: at 1-04-2014 03:17 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
- chicco77 at 1-04-2014 03:58 PM (7 years ago)
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this old fool
Posted: at 1-04-2014 03:58 PM (7 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- christianity at 1-04-2014 04:07 PM (7 years ago)
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poster,pls sori for correcting u.there is nothing  like police in naija,what they have is what i called (ceo)cheif executive oles.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:07 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- Larry28 at 1-04-2014 04:10 PM (7 years ago)
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Ok
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:10 PM (7 years ago) | Hero
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- dareper at 1-04-2014 04:13 PM (7 years ago)
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Hmmm
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:13 PM (7 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- ajanni at 1-04-2014 04:32 PM (7 years ago)
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its the court and not the police thats capable of giving this verdict
i will not be so surprise if obesrer bribes his way out in this mess
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:32 PM (7 years ago) | Grande Master
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- Chericoco at 1-04-2014 04:40 PM (7 years ago)
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I feel sorry for his wife being married to a lousy shameless moron.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:40 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- bankadetoun at 1-04-2014 04:43 PM (7 years ago)
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Ok oooo, the way they want the matters to be.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 04:43 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- paulohking at 1-04-2014 05:09 PM (7 years ago)
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.......that's just the way it is, things will never be the same - 2pac Shakur.

this is naija where anything goes.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 05:09 PM (7 years ago) | Hero
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- Deedotted at 1-04-2014 05:23 PM (7 years ago)
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You are all fools were you there when he Rape the girl why cant you  just believe him for once, na wahoooooooooooooo
Posted: at 1-04-2014 05:23 PM (7 years ago) | Newbie
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- cocoeni at 1-04-2014 05:49 PM (7 years ago)
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ok
Posted: at 1-04-2014 05:49 PM (7 years ago) | Hero
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- kenny_kenny at 1-04-2014 06:03 PM (7 years ago)
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Quote from: Deedotted on  1-04-2014 05:23 PM
You are all fools were you there when he Rape the girl why cant you  just believe him for once, na wahoooooooooooooo
only a fool like u will believe this!low life stupid c*@t..shameless Assole








Posted: at 1-04-2014 06:03 PM (7 years ago) | Upcoming
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- zoe61 at 1-04-2014 06:15 PM (7 years ago)
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i know the police will decaler him innocent after taken bribe they did not even take the case to court when did police start judging case
Posted: at 1-04-2014 06:15 PM (7 years ago) | Hero
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- Jamido at 1-04-2014 06:17 PM (7 years ago)
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I am not in the habit of making comment on social media, but something isn't right here, premise 1, Police has vindicated Obesere, ( the Lady in question is a swindler) premise 2, police as still investigating the case, premise 3 police is now the judge and jury all at the same time.

I smell coffee in this case, human right lawyers must get involve in the case please see below legal defination of rape. Nigerians must not allow this lady to be victimised because she is poor since the police are now singing new song because there has been exchange. Beside, this is total abuse of the Nigerian judicial system. The police have no constitutional right to try any body, they have to follow due process as laid down in the Nigerian constitution.


rape
1) n. the crime of sexual intercourse (with actual penetration of a woman's honeypot with the man's penis) without consent and accomplished through force, threat of violence or intimidation (such as a threat to harm a woman's child, husband or boyfriend). What constitutes lack of consent usually includes saying "no" or being too drunk or drug-influenced for the woman to be able to either resist or consent, but a recent Pennsylvania case ruled that a woman must do more than say "no" on the bizarre theory that "no" does not always mean "don't," but a flirtatious come-on. "Date rape" involves rape by an acquaintance who refuses to stop when told to. Defense attorneys often argue that there had to be physical resistance, but the modern view is that fear of harm and the relative strengths of the man and the woman are obvious deterrents to a woman fighting back. Any sexual intercourse with a child is rape and in most states sexual relations even with consent involving a girl 14 to 18 (with some variation on ages in a few states) is "statutory rape," on the basis that the female is unable to give consent. 2) v. to have sexual intercourse with a female without her consent through force, violence, threat or intimidation, or with a girl under age. Technically, a woman can be charged with rape by assisting a man in the rape of another woman. Dissatisfied with the typical prosecution of rape cases (in which the defense humiliates the accuser, and prosecutors are unable or unwilling to protect the woman from such tactics), women have been suing for civil damages for the physical and emotional damage caused by the rape, although too often the perpetrator has no funds. Protection services for rape victims have been developed by both public and private agencies. On the other side of the coin, there is the concern of law enforcement and prosecutors that women whose advances have been rejected by a man, or who have been caught in the act of consensual sexual intercourse may falsely cry "rape."


Posted: at 1-04-2014 06:17 PM (7 years ago) | Newbie
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- Topsylucas at 1-04-2014 06:38 PM (7 years ago)
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Quote from: Jamido on  1-04-2014 06:17 PM
I am not in the habit of making comment on social media, but something isn't right here, premise 1, Police has vindicated Obesere, ( the Lady in question is a swindler) premise 2, police as still investigating the case, premise 3 police is now the judge and jury all at the same time.

I smell coffee in this case, human right lawyers must get involve in the case please see below legal defination of rape. Nigerians must not allow this lady to be victimised because she is poor since the police are now singing new song because there has been exchange. Beside, this is total abuse of the Nigerian judicial system. The police have no constitutional right to try any body, they have to follow due process as laid down in the Nigerian constitution.


rape
1) n. the crime of sexual intercourse (with actual penetration of a woman's honeypot with the man's joystick) without consent and accomplished through force, threat of violence or intimidation (such as a threat to harm a woman's child, husband or boyfriend). What constitutes lack of consent usually includes saying "no" or being too drunk or drug-influenced for the woman to be able to either resist or consent, but a recent Pennsylvania case ruled that a woman must do more than say "no" on the bizarre theory that "no" does not always mean "don't," but a flirtatious come-on. "Date rape" involves rape by an acquaintance who refuses to stop when told to. Defense attorneys often argue that there had to be physical resistance, but the modern view is that fear of harm and the relative strengths of the man and the woman are obvious deterrents to a woman fighting back. Any sexual intercourse with a child is rape and in most states sexual relations even with consent involving a girl 14 to 18 (with some variation on ages in a few states) is "statutory rape," on the basis that the female is unable to give consent. 2) v. to made loveual intercourse with a female without her consent through force, violence, threat or intimidation, or with a girl under age. Technically, a woman can be charged with rape by assisting a man in the rape of another woman. Dissatisfied with the typical prosecution of rape cases (in which the defense humiliates the accuser, and prosecutors are unable or unwilling to protect the woman from such tactics), women have been suing for civil damages for the physical and emotional damage caused by the rape, although too often the perpetrator has no funds. Protection services for rape victims have been developed by both public and private agencies. On the other side of the coin, there is the concern of law enforcement and prosecutors that women whose advances have been rejected by a man, or who have been caught in the act of consensual sexual intercourse may falsely cry "rape."






Too long but ure rite.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 06:38 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- osamabinladin at 1-04-2014 07:34 PM (7 years ago)
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 Roll Eyes
Posted: at 1-04-2014 07:34 PM (7 years ago) | Hero
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- EmekaBlue at 1-04-2014 09:54 PM (7 years ago)
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Stop blaming this oko ashewo...d woman sef na Ashewo...Ashewo jam Ashewo..na wetin happen
Posted: at 1-04-2014 09:54 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- daveobahon at 1-04-2014 11:23 PM (7 years ago)
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Stop blaming this oko ashewo...d woman sef na Ashewo...Ashewo jam Ashewo..na wetin happen
GBAM
Posted: at 1-04-2014 11:23 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- benbellabiz at 1-04-2014 11:57 PM (7 years ago)
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NPF for you, its only in nigeria the police will determine what happens to a case. only the highest bidder wins the case.
Posted: at 1-04-2014 11:57 PM (7 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- johnaguinam at 2-04-2014 12:06 AM (7 years ago)
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ur r still a useless man weda framed or not...u have a wife n der is no atom of remorse in u
Posted: at 2-04-2014 12:06 AM (7 years ago) | Upcoming
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