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Charging my phone, landed me in prison, says suspect

Consider Rotimi Adeosebekan as casualty of situation and you won’t be a long way from reality. Everything he did was go to his companion’s place to charge his cell phone, an activity that has seen him go through the most recent two years in the slammer.

The above has been the destiny of 28-year-old Rotimi Adeosebekan who was captured on November 15, 2017 nearby others by Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) agents from Abuja at the occurrence of a legal advisor claimed to be entangled in a property tussle at 8, Agorodiyan in Victoria Island with one Segun Babaloye.

Following a Save Our Soul (SOS) bid by Adeosebekan’s matured mother, Mrs. Folasade, our journalist made discoveries and found that the injured individual was being held close by Olayinka John, Ismaila Fatasi, Joseph Adeniran, Thompson Emmanuel and Kolawole Seun at the Keffi Prison in Nasawara State on charges of equipped burglary, seizing and psychological oppression.

Yet, neither Adeosebekan nor his co-respondents comprehend why destiny gave them an enormous blow and enabled the police to deny them of their opportunity.

Portraying his difficulty to our reporter, Rotimi stated: “The most noticeably awful part is that I knew nothing about the battle. I discovered that the late proprietor’s child and an occupant who’s a legal counselor battled about property. I don’t remain there; I just went to charge my telephone at my companions’ place. My companions were filling in as gatekeepers utilized by the late proprietor’s child.

“In this way, that day, police officers just came and stuffed we all. They took us to Abattoir in Abuja and after three days, they took us to a Magistrate’s Court where they blamed us for taking gems and telephone having a place with the legal advisor. We denied it and afterward, the police returned us to Abbatoir and we were there for more than two months.

“After that day, the man said except if we gave Mr. Segun Babaloye, he won’t let us go. He said he purchased the house from Segun’s dad Pa Babaloye when he was alive and that Segun.

“It was after that period that they presently took us before Justice Binta Nyako of Federal High Court III and charged us for outfitted burglary, grabbing and fear based oppression. We have been in jail care since that time.

“The police made such gigantic claims against individuals with no proof. The most exceedingly terrible part is that I didn’t have a clue about any of these things and I am not included. My companions are not included either. A portion of those captured with me were eating yam outside, while others were security men.

“It is unreasonable how we have been made to endure over a case that doesn’t concern us. This is a common instance of the grass enduring when two elephants battle. I am engaging President Muhammadu Buhari to arrange an examination concerning this case so reality can become visible and we can return home.

“I am imploring them to discharge us since we didn’t do anything. We are guiltless. Our case is coming up on November 20 yet November 15 will be actually two years we were captured and bolted up,” he told our Correspondent.

It was assembled Seun, an Oodua People’s Congress’ (OPC) Chief Security Officer (CSO) was captured at his Ajegunle living arrangement 15 days after the others were adjusted and rushed to a similar cell in Abuja were the others were held.

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The Nation assembled that the police officers who set out on.thag mission had requested that he give his manager’s number which he did and he was from that point dumped in authority with the rest.

Engaging the President to discharge her child, 63-year-old Mrs. Adeosebekan said she has sold all she had so as to visit Abuja to visit him.

The lady who wailed wildly said her wellbeing was bombing because of the proceeded with confinement of her child for a wrongdoing he didn’t submit.

“I have been going all over since 2017. I created issues with one of my legs as a result of that long voyage. I have spent more than N200,000 on this issue yet my child has not turned out.

“It was my child who used to enable me to sell my Agbo (neighborhood herb) and since his capture, I have not been doing it. Presently, I don’t have anything. It is my Alex Omorodion in Alausa (Public Advice Center) that has been helping me. I am asking those holding my child to discharge him. I know my child and I realize that he is certifiably not a lawbreaker,” she said.



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