Lagos Pastor Sent To Prison For Defiling Twin Girls

A 54-Year old Lagos base pastor, Micheal Olise, was on Monday remanded in Kirikiri prison custody by an  Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court for allegedly defiling  a 12-year-old twin girls (names with held).

Pastor Olise is standing trial on a 2 countries charge bordering on defilement before Magistrate Mrs Bola Osunsanmi preferred against him by the Police. 

The defendant who is a friend to the father of the twin girls is said to be a pastor at a church, Annoiting Chosen Vessel, Governor’s Road, Ikotun, Lagos.

Prosecuting police officer, Rapheal Dony said the offence was committed in November at 2 Okanlawon Street, Ago Palace Way, Okota, Lagos.

The prosecutor alleged that Pastor Olise, unlawfully defiled the first twin girl on November 15 at about 1500 hrs and thereby committed an offence  contrary to section 137 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2015.

” Pastor Olise, was also alleged to have sometime in November between 1000 hrs and 1600 hrs  unlawfully and sexually assaulted the second twin girl by fingering her private part and thereby committed an offence  contrary to section 261 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State 2015.
According to information before the court, the defendant retained a room in the house where the twin girls lived with their parents where he allegedly defiled the girls in turn.

Pastor Olise was said to have carried out the dastardly act when the mother of the survivors travelled out of the country on business trip while the father was at work.
He was said to have taken excuse to go back home from the place where he works with his friend.
It was said the father noticed a change in the way the girls walked and on being questioned, they narrated what the defendant did to them to their father.

It was gathered that the father thereafter reported the matter to the police station in Okota.

After the charge was read, Magistrate Osunsanmi did not take the plea of the defendant.

She ordered Pastor Olise to be remanded in Kirikiri prison and adjourned the matter till January 23.