Man Dragged Over Rape Allegations, Lady Advises Victims On How To Pursue Justice

by on May 1, 2020

Three ladies have come out openly to accuse a young man named, Damola for “sexual molestation”.

@Hey_anjiee (Full name unknown) few moments ago via her Twitter handle revealed that she was also one of his victims and decided to open up seeing he had abused other ladies.

She tweeted:

“I tried to live with your apology @Damolako because I thought it was your first time but seeing that you’ve abused others as well @justduns @elharsh I gathered the strength to do this.

“You raped me on Nov 8, 2018 and I haven’t been the same ever since. I deserve Justice.”

“Now he’s calling me on WhatsApp trying to deny when there’s fucking proof. There’s an admission of guilt. I knew this could happen and that was why I made sure he knew what he had done. He’s on my WhatsApp right denying, this guy is honestly sick!!!!!”

Follow the thread below for her full story.

This is coming after two ladies, Maryam and Idunnu had also accused Damola of same sexual molestation.

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Damola who expressed shock at the recent development, denied the allegations and revealed he had consulted with his legal counsel as well as gathered all supporting evidences all the accusations.

See screenshots of his side of the story below.

“I’d be following this up very strongly with legal representation to further clear my name from all spurious allegations brought forward against me. Thank you.” Damola tweeted.

A Twitter user, @abusesurvivor_ took it upon herself to educate victims of sexual molestation on how the Nigerian criminal justice system works.

She stated that to successfully prove a rape allegation in the Nigerian court, several factors come into play which she went on to list out, should rape victims decide to seek redress in court.

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She tweeted:

“The court understands that it is usually the victim’s word against the accused so there has to be huge circumstantial evidence outside the testimony of the prosecutrix.
Note that prosecution begins the moment you report the incident to the police and investigation starts.

“What should you do if you are raped?

  1. Report to the police immediately.
  2. Try to get an independent evidence which supports your allegation.
  3. Ask the police to charge the matter to court.
  4. From there, magistrate will decline jurisdiction and transfer the case file to DPP

  1. Accused will be remamded in prison custody and awaiting trial.
  2. Ensure to testify in court.

As a prosecutor, rape is one of the hardest crimes to prosecute succesfully and it is largely due to the ignorance and stigma surrounding issues like these. Victims hardly speak out.”

In conclusion, she stated that Prosecutors are ready to work. However, most cases like these are dead on arrival because people are yet to understand the technicalities involved in rape prosecution.


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