The Nigeria Police Command in Ogun State has taken into custody 43-year-old father, Abiodun Oladapo who allegedly defiled and impregnated his 19-year-old daughter (name withheld).

He was nabbed following a complaint lodged at Mowe divisional headquarters by one Oluwatoyin Idowu, who alleged that her son, Michael Idowu was wrongly accused of impregnating the victim who had another sex partner, Michael Idowu.

Oluwatoyin who brushed aside paternity test, told police that she has properly interrogated her son and discovered that the victim was not saying the truth.

But, Oladapo asked his daughter’s sex partner who slept with the victim once and take responsibility for his daughter’s pregnancy.

Ogun State police Command’s spokesman, SP. Abimbola Oyeyemi said in a statement on Saturday.

“Upon the report, the victim who is five months pregnant was invited, and when she got to the station, she confided in the police that though Michael Idowu slept with her in December 2022, it was her father Abiodun Oladapo who is responsible for her pregnancy.

“She stated further that her father had been sleeping with her since February 2022 with threat to kill her if she informed anybody about it.

“When it was discovered that she is pregnant, her father asked her to lie against Michael Idowu of being responsible for the pregnancy, according to the victim.

“Upon her confession, the DPO Mowe division, SP Folake Afeniforo detailed detectives to go after the randy father, and he was subsequently arrested.

“On interrogation, the suspect confessed to the crime, but blamed it on the devil.

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“Preliminary investigation revealed that the suspect who had long separated with the victim’s mother took custody of the girl when her mother remarried and they have been living together since then”, according to the statement.

In the meantime, the Commissioner of Police, CP Frank Mba, has directed that the suspect be transferred to State Criminal Investigation Departments for further investigation and possible prosecution.

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