Baba Ijesha: Ex-Lagos police commissioner, others tried to silence me, cover-up case, Princess claims

Nigerian actress, Damilola Adekoya, has claimed she got death threats during the trial of Baba Ijesha, the actor, for sexual assault.

The Ikeja special offences court in Lagos had on Thursday convicted Baba Ijesha of sexually assaulting a minor, who is foster daughter to Adekoya.

The judge, Oluwatoyin Taiwo, also sentenced the actor to 16 years in prison.

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Reacting to the development in an Instagram live session, Princess called out those who allegedly tried to cover-up the matter.

The actress also accused Hakeem Odumosu, former Lagos police commissioner, as well as Yomi Fabiyi and Mama Rainbow, of trying to silence her from demanding justice in the case.

She went on to rain curses on the trio and others who allegedly tried to frustrate her during the actor’s trial.

Princess described the court judgement as a win for others who were also sexually molested by Baba Ijesha.

“Idowu Philips I’m calling you out. Do you even know how many people this guy molested? They were in court. Some of those victims. I’ve lost all hope, one of them was almost suicidal. You think coming online and bullying people ends there?” she asked.

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“No, it doesn’t. It doesn’t end there. These are survivors molested by and you people cover up for them. Yomi Fabiyi, you disgraced the survivors in the presence of all the people. That is the judgement of court, the judgement of God has already started. All of you will never know peace.”

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