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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by RPG2020(m): 8:17am On May 13
Martinola:
I taya abeg


Na lack of job make you taya abi na the topic be specific
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by murmee: 8:17am On May 13
Seniorwriter:
WOW
Is this Lawfully right?
Anyways he deserves whatever ill treatment he gets for his dastardly acts!
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? Didn't you see in the video that the girl actually supported and
encouraged him to continue the romance?

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by ejimatic: 8:19am On May 13
Omihanifa:

https://punchng.com/well-keep-baba-ijesha-until-jusun-resumes-police-tell-protesters/
. Release of a suspect on bail is not authomatic There could be reasons why bail may not be granted depending on the suspect and the case involved.There must have a reason why DPP is of the opinion that the bail should be processed in court So be it
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by sevenhundred(m): 8:20am On May 13
oluwaseyi0:


I doubt be can pull that, when the delay is from the judiciary themselves
his case is not with the judiciary for now, and not assigned to any Court or judge, then why detaining him?

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Gentledizzle: 8:21am On May 13
Is Good to have good friends, Even when you are wrong, they will still stand by you no matter the circumstances. They will never condemn you if others condemn you. It's A rare thing in Africa most especially.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Calitoscassius(m): 8:25am On May 13
yesloaded:


I did not say she's 18yrs sir, pls read my post again & never in support of his action

Read my post again

Good morning

Okay, i have. You said under 18. My bad.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by murmee: 8:26am On May 13
Seniorwriter:
WOW
Is this Lawfully right?
Anyways he deserves whatever ill treatment he gets for his dastardly acts!

#SayNoToPedophiles
@SeniorWriter
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? In the video, didn't you see how the girl encouraged the romance to continue? She was even laughing!

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Awoo88: 8:27am On May 13
princemillla:
This case requires critical thinking/handling.

If truly his acts is bailable, he should be granted bail while he can still be charged to court. Or must the person be in police custody before he can be charged to court ?


This is unlawful detention Mr CP
Only the court can grant bail and the court is not in section. Legally, the police are right to keep him
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Calitoscassius(m): 8:28am On May 13
sevenhundred:
his case is not with the judiciary for now, and not assigned to any Court or judge, then why detaining him?
If they believe that he will run they can detain him, people have been detained for no reason for years in nigerian prisons, what is the difference between them an this guy? Because he is so called actor? undecided
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 8:28am On May 13
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Spot on to the police....
It’s the point I made on Nairaland a few days ago: https://www.nairaland.com/6545279/yomi-fabiyi-protest-baba-ijesha/6#101538624

Section 34(5)(b) of the Constitution allows the Police to detain a suspect who has not been charged or arraigned before a court of law BEYOND the otherwise mandated 24 or 48 hours in (exceptional) circumstances that would be deemed “reasonable” given the particular factual circumstances. The NON-FUNCTIONING of courts due to the JUSUN strike is exactly one such circumstances.

9jaRealist:

Baawaa post=101522225:
Though you are somehow right,but nobody will support you on this protest it means you are on your own(OYO lowa)
Anthony0094:
He have the right to have a fair hearing in the court detaining him without court hearing is not right,
UDUJ:
Truth be told, it's a bailable offence. This is not murder.
ThatFairGuy1:
Without prejudice, he should be release on bail. Not because what he did was right but because the rule of law must be followed.

To those calling yomi fabiyi names because of this, asking security operatives to follow due process doesn't make him an accomplice. Don't be too emotional
OfficialBrendan:
If the offence is bailable according to the law..then they should grant him a bail already while charging him to court.
He is still a suspect until convicted by the court..not "social media" or "cctv". Even our politicians deny video evidence as "doctored" so he should get his date in court.

Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Nonetheless, what the Constitution actually provides is that a suspect be informed of his alleged offense within 24 hours in a writing and language he understands (Section 35(2) of the Constitution), and that such a suspect must be brought before a court “within a reasonable time” (Section 35(4)). The Constitution thereafter defines “a reasonable time” to include (BEYOND 24/48 hours) ”such longer period as in the circumstances may be considered by the court to be reasonable” (Section 35(5)(b)). Given that the ongoing JUSUN strike has rendered the courts currently non-functional and therefore Baba Ijesha cannot be presently arraigned before a court of law, it is CONSTITUTIONAL under the provision of Section 34(5)(b) to continue to detain him until the regular re-opening of the courts.

In the interim, any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Calitoscassius(m): 8:31am On May 13
murmee:
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? In the video, didn't you see how the girl encouraged the romance to continue? She was even laughing!
A 14 years old encouraged molestation? How did you want her to behave? Cry? People like you supporting child molesters baffles the hell outa me.

He should count himself lucky the police are keeping him. Some people are prepared to make mince meat out of him if he is let out.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by oldtruth: 8:39am On May 13
DaddyYankee:
[s][/s]Be deceiving yourself!!

In Naija the police can keep you in their custody as they wish and nothing will happen.

Some people have being in police custody for months.

Wake up this is Naija

Are you also in support of that? I don't seems to understand that your "wake up this is naija"

Meaning it is nothing as far as it is Nigeria and we are comfortable with that. No problem

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by oldtruth: 8:40am On May 13
Calitoscassius:
A 14 years old encouraged molestation? How did you want her to behave? Cry? People like you supporting child molesters baffles the hell outa me.

He should count himself lucky the police are keeping him. Some people are prepared to make mince meat out of him if he is let out.

Who are the "some people"? How worst can an average Nigerian be? Just one way thinking entity. So sad

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by DaddyYankee: 8:41am On May 13
oldtruth:


Are you also in support of that? I don't seems to understand that your "wake up this is naija"

Meaning it is nothing as far as it is Nigeria and we are comfortable with that. No problem
I didn't ask anyone to molest a child sir!
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by SweetDipBenny(m): 8:42am On May 13
D sud free d guy already
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 8:42am On May 13
murmee:
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? In the video, didn't you see how the girl encouraged the romance to continue? She was even laughing!

DISGUSTING, DISGRACEFUL AND DESPICABLE COMMENT BY A PRIMITIVE MISOGYNIST....
Do you understand the concept of minority and why the law does not enforce contracts by minors?

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 8:46am On May 13
murmee:
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? Didn't you see in the video that the girl actually supported and
encouraged him to continue the romance?

And btw, it’s ‘the MOLESTATION’, not “the romance”...
If you insist on defending PAEDOPHILES, use the proper term.
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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Oracleforce: 8:50am On May 13
Patrioticman007:
This Baba ijesha will pose a flight risk once given bail. He might decide to dress like a woman & jump bail to Togo or Benin republic like one ex-Governor of Bayelsa state.


There will be a surety Standing for him....the police or court will determine the kind of surety the suspect must present before he can be released on bail.
But I thought Iyabo Ojo was saying he will come and disgrace Fabiyi if he comes to Panti police State. Yoruba woman with empty threat.. .the threat that will land her in jail.....
Maybe somebody has advised her better because all her comment on Instagram are devoid of logical sense....and anybody that doesn't join her unruly behavior online is tag as a rapist...I didn't blame her that she suppose to know that all suspects are term innocent until they are declared guilt by the competent court of jurisdiction...
It is now I know the crops of Yoruba actors and actresses ....85 percents of them are a bunch of illiterate and ignorant and ignoble, and ignoramus and disaster in the society...
That's the reason why I can not watch any of these Yoruba movies because most of them are trashy substances...

All these artists are a disgrace to the Yoruba race.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 8:53am On May 13
MEGA4BILLION:
By the time he gets to court his lawyer will be arguing on unlawful detention not rape.
princemillla:
This case requires critical thinking/handling.

If truly his acts is bailable, he should be granted bail while he can still be charged to court. Or must the person be in police custody before he can be charged to court ?

This is unlawful detention Mr CP
ExpertEDITOR:
When is the advise from ministry of justice now superseding fundamental human rights as contained in the Nigerian constitution?

Nigerians only follow laws whenever we are at the receiving ends. And it is more funny that some people are supporting this madness all because they are feminists. Dumb mofos
OldNairalander:
They should get court injunction for extended detention.
I ain't supporting the release of that pedophile

Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Nonetheless, what the Constitution actually provides is that a suspect be informed of his alleged offense within 24 hours in a writing and language he understands (Section 35(2) of the Constitution), and that such a suspect must be brought before a court “within a reasonable time” (Section 35(4)). The Constitution thereafter defines “a reasonable time” as 24 hours, 48 hours or (BEYOND the otherwise mandated 24 and 48 hours) ”such longer period as in the circumstances may be considered by the court to be reasonable” (Section 35(5)(b)). Given that the ongoing JUSUN strike has rendered the courts currently non-functional and therefore Baba Ijesha cannot be presently arraigned before a court of law, it would be deemed “reasonable”, and therefore CONSTITUTIONAL under the provision of Section 34(5)(b), to continue to detain him until the regular re-opening of the courts.

In the interim, any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Arry110(m): 8:55am On May 13
murmee:
What do you mean by dastardly act? Did babaijesha force himself on the girl? Didn't you see in the video that the girl actually supported and
encouraged him to continue the romance?
It’s a minor we’re talking about here, mumu
So if a 6 year old child doesn’t resist sex from her abuser, it’s not rape ?
That girl is a fucking child that can’t even vote, talk more of consenting to have sex with a man 3 times her age.
Stop being a rape apologist

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Wallade(m): 8:55am On May 13
oluwaseyi0:


I doubt be can pull that, when the delay is from the judiciary themselves

The court does not have to grant bail, the police who arrest the accused grants bail and bail is expected to be free. The police can do the documentation of your sureties and that is it.

The JUSUN strike should not delay his bail especially if his alleged offense is bailable.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by muykem: 8:56am On May 13
MEGA4BILLION:
By the time he gets to court his lawyer will be arguing on unlawful detention not rape.
There's nothing unlawful there. The police is right to keep pending resumption of court.
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by princemillla(m): 9:01am On May 13
9jaRealist:





Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Nonetheless, what the Constitution actually provides is that a suspect be informed of his alleged offense within 24 hours in a writing and language he understands (Section 35(2) of the Constitution), and that such a suspect must be brought before a court “within a reasonable time” (Section 35(4)). The Constitution thereafter defines “a reasonable time” as 24 hours, 48 hours or (BEYOND 24 and 48 hours) ”such longer period as in the circumstances may be considered by the court to be reasonable” (Section 35(5)(b)). Given that the ongoing JUSUN strike has rendered the courts currently non-functional and therefore Baba Ijesha cannot be presently arraigned before a court of law, it is there CONSTITUTIONAL under the provision of Section 34(5)(b) to continue to detain him until the regular re-opening of the courts.

In the interim, any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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Nija constitution so fvckd up. What was he charged for molesting minor. Else am not gettin the whole gist well.
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by candygist: 9:02am On May 13
princemillla:


Bro the case like i said requires critical analysis and believe me it’s a case to be thoroughly studied. However am not justifying Baba Ijesha acts but some power that be is trying to manipulate the whole thing.

Same Cp said it’s a bailable offense, what happened now? Why is he still in detention, he should be granted bail then once JUSUN resume arraign him

Manipulate the whole thing in what way ? Do you know how many Nigerians that have have committed less offence, and still can't get bail. Let him pay for his sins. I will feed I'd dick to dogs if I be govt......
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by bewla(m): 9:02am On May 13
Jimalicoco:
Wahala be like bicycle
Demonstration like iron Man team
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by ExpertEDITOR: 9:03am On May 13
9jaRealist:





Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Nonetheless, what the Constitution actually provides is that a suspect be informed of his alleged offense within 24 hours in a writing and language he understands (Section 35(2) of the Constitution), and that such a suspect must be brought before a court “within a reasonable time” (Section 35(4)). The Constitution thereafter defines “a reasonable time” as 24 hours, 48 hours or (BEYOND the otherwise mandated 24 and 48 hours) ”such longer period as in the circumstances may be considered by the court to be reasonable” (Section 35(5)(b)). Given that the ongoing JUSUN strike has rendered the courts currently non-functional and therefore Baba Ijesha cannot be presently arraigned before a court of law, it would be deemed “reasonable”, and therefore CONSTITUTIONAL under the provision of Section 34(5)(b), to continue to detain him until the regular re-opening of the courts.

In the interim, any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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Your name opposes your post. You logically tried to explain this abnormalities away but you still can't. Actually, there is no way to explain it. Nigeria police should act under the armpit of law not being a law unto themselves.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 9:03am On May 13
Wallade:
The court does not have to grant bail, the police who arrest the accused grants bail and bail is expected to be free. The police can do the documentation of your sureties and that is it.

The JUSUN strike should not delay his bail especially if his alleged offense is bailable.

Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Globad: 9:04am On May 13
merits:
grin Ijesa, this is what VJ as caused you.wey olosho na #500 with pointed breast.no stress,no complaint just pull and Bleep.

N500? shocked shocked
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Calitoscassius(m): 9:07am On May 13
oldtruth:


Who are the "some people"? How worst can an average Nigerian be? Just one way thinking entity. So sad
Some people are the ones who are angry at him.. you would be surprised who some of them might be.

It is sad, but is is what it is. He put himself in that position so he should suffer. Have you thought about how all have affected the 14 years old that he molested? Bunch of People protesting against the keeping of the accussed by police but do not care about the victim. Very sad.
Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by 9jaRealist: 9:08am On May 13
ExpertEDITOR:
Your name opposes your post. You logically tried to explain this abnormalities away but you still can't. Actually, there is no way to explain it. Nigeria police should act under the armpit of law not being a law unto themselves.

Comprehension issues?! shocked

The Constitution is the grund norm of the law, and all other law and authority flow from it...
The Police is acting IN ACCORDANCE WITH (not contrary to) Section 34(5)(b) of the Constitution!
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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by Wallade(m): 9:10am On May 13
9jaRealist:





Even for a bailable offense, bail is NOT as of right...

Nonetheless, what the Constitution actually provides is that a suspect be informed of his alleged offense within 24 hours in a writing and language he understands (Section 35(2) of the Constitution), and that such a suspect must be brought before a court “within a reasonable time” (Section 35(4)). The Constitution thereafter defines “a reasonable time” as 24 hours, 48 hours or (BEYOND 24 and 48 hours) ”such longer period as in the circumstances may be considered by the court to be reasonable[/b]” (Section 35(5)). Given that the ongoing JUSUN strike has rendered the courts currently non-functional and therefore Baba Ijesha cannot be presently arraigned before a court of law, it is CONSTITUTIONAL under the provision of Section 34(5)(b) to continue to detain him until the regular re-opening of the courts.

In the interim, any consideration on whether he would be granted an administrative (police) bail would depend on the peculiar circumstances of the case, including whether he poses a flight risk or would likely jeopardize the investigations or case (such as by harassing or intimidating witnesses, etc,). Personally, I think he is presently exactly where he belongs - until a court of law decides otherwise.
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I disagree with you on the highlighted, I don't think he's a flight risk. I also feel they have soft copy evidences against him and he also did not deny the accusation that he was with the minor. Police could demand he doesn't come near the witness or her guardians.

I think it is unfair to deny him administrative bail. Senators that were accused of more heinous crimes were granted administrative bail on self recognition.

The ideal steps to take would be to seize his passport, document his bail and ensure he has sureties, sound him out on the need to avoid the minor and her guardians etc. Grant him bail.

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Re: We Will Keep Baba Ijesha Until JUSUN Resumes, Police Tell Protesters by princemillla(m): 9:11am On May 13
candygist:


Manipulate the whole thing in what way ? Do you know how many Nigerians that have have committed less offence, and still can't get bail. Let him pay for his sins. I will feed I'd dick to dogs if I be govt......


Who cares about wat judgement comes to him. If them like feed him to the dogs.
Wat we r saying is police already defined his case bailable one why then make u turn. Somethings not right at some point

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