Monday, October 25, 2021

Man in court for sending naked pictures, pornography to 16-year-old niece

The accused wife said he slept with his 16-year-old niece and sexually abused his eight and six-year-old daughters.

• October 12, 2021
Court Gavel used to illustrate the story
Court gavel used to illustrate the story

A man has been charged to the FCT High Court, Kubwa, on a nine-counts bordering on rape and sending naked pictures and pornographic videos to his 16-year-old niece.

Yusuf Yahaya was accused by his niece of sending “naked pictures of himself, pornographic videos and text messages” and “asked her to send her own naked pictures.”

The Investigating Police Officer (IPO) for the case, Offiong Nsa, told the court that the accused committed the offence during the peak of COVID-19 pandemic.

Mr Yahaya’s wife had earlier reported her husband for sleeping with his 16-year-old niece and sexually abusing their eight and six-year-old daughters.

Justice Kezziah Ogbonnaya adjourned the case until October 13 for continuation of hearing.


More from Peoples Gazette

Rivers United Players


CAF Champions League: Sudan’s Al Hilal beat Rivers United 1-0

Yaser Muzamil scored the lone goal of the match as they held on to the vital scoreline all game, with Rivers United now dropping to the Confederation Cup.

Mahmood Yakub


INEC yet to distribute PVCs days to Anambra election: Igbo Group

Michael Chibuzo, the national secretary of IPAN, said INEC should urgently distribute the PVCs to prospective voters.

Buhari and Gumi


Nigeria will end if Buhari declares bandits as terrorists: Sheikh Gumi

The cleric warned that the moment bandits are designated as terrorists, “Islamic for that matter, the direct foreign Jihadist movements will set in in force.”

Buhari and service chiefs


Bandits: Buhari should declare state of emergency, says Masari

“The federal government should declare a state of emergency on the nation’s security. Our major problem in Katsina state is the security challenges.”

Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan


Sudanese soldiers seize power in overnight military coup

Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok and five cabinet members of the ruling Transitional Sovereignty Council were taken into custody on Monday morning, per local media.

APC members holding party flag


Congress: Appeal committee to hear petitions from Lagos APC factions

The crisis rocking the Lagos APC took another turn on October 16 with different aggrieved groups holding parallel state congresses in the state.