Lagos Prophet allegedly defiles 13-year-old blind girl

A Lagos Prophet, Olushola Akinsipe, has been arraigned in court for allegedly defiling a 13-year-old visually impaired girl under the pretext of performing witchcraft deliverance for her. 


A medical doctor, Mrs Sekinat Oredoyin, who appeared before a Lagos State High Court sitting in Ikeja on Wednesday, March 8, told the court that the survivor presented herself for a medical examination alongside her father on December 12, 2020.


Oredoyin said the victim narrated how the defendant, the pastor of Power of the Home Deliverance Ministry, allegedly had forceful penetration with her on five occasions.


Oredoyin who is a public health physician at Yaba Local Council Development Area, said the survivor and her father were referred from Owutu Police Station. 


The medical doctor also told the court that the victim had hyper-pigmentation around her face and some marks on her waist which she said were injuries sustained during deliverance.


She said; 


“The survivor is a visually impaired child and her father took her to the defendant for deliverance.

“She said the defendant gave her an unknown substance to drink after that, she could not remember anything but she was able to narrate to her father after he discovered a brownish discharge under her pants and interrogated her.

“The survivor said the defendant beat her with banana leaves during deliverance and also scrubbed her back with salt. The medical examination findings were in keeping with forceful vagina penetration.

“The blood samples showed pregnancy test was negative but because of the sour on her body, I directed her to Domestic Sexual Violence Agency for counselling.

“At that time, she was depressed as she believed that she was the one that killed her mother and she was made to believe that her father was not progressing because of her.”


The Prophet is currently facing a three-count of defilement, indecent treatment of a child and trial by ordeal.


After listening to the testimony from the medical doctor, Justice Hakeem Oshodi adjourned the case till April 17 for the continuation of trial.

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