Friday, 20 January 2012

Randy Landlord Stabs Brother’s Wife Over Sex

Barely two weeks after a Lagos landlord, Rasaq Adisa Atanda, was arraigned before Ejigbo magistrate’s court, Lagos for battering his tenant’s wife, Biola Ajani, for denying him sex, the same Adisa has attacked his brother’s wife, Fatimo Atanda, for also denying him sex.


He has been taken to the same court to face a similar charge.
The presiding magistrate, Mrs. M. B. Folami, ordered that he should be remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri, Apapa, Lagos.

Rasaq was earlier charged to court for allegedly beating Biola after she denied him sex on Christmas day at their residence at 7, Michael Adeboye Street, Idimu, Lagos, Southwest Nigeria.

 In the latest incident, Mrs. Ajani said in the open court that the landlord claimed that he has right over his tenants including their wives and therefore wanted to have sex with her at all costs.

Adisa was alleged to have sneaked into his brother’s house at about 8 p.m. and attempted to have sex with his wife. The incident happened when the woman’s husband was away at work.

The shocked Fatimo shouted and raised an alarm which attracted neighbours.

This angered Adisa who reportedly took a cutlas and cut Fatima in the forehead and right hand before she was rescued by their neighbours.

Their neighbours said that Adia claimed that even if he wanted to sleep with her, there was no reason why she should shout and disgrace him in his own house.

In the first case involving Biola, the landlord, who hails from Kwara State, was granted bail on self recognition and was asked to report to court until he fulfils his bail conditions.

He did not show up as the court ordered and also failed to meet the bail conditions.

The court was stunned when the same landlord was brought to the same court for the same offence.

He pleaded not guilty to the charge but could not explain how Fatima sustained injuries in the encounter with him.

The prosecutor, Mr. Oladejo Balogun, objected to his bail on the condition that he had abused the bail granted him in the previous charge against him.

Balogun also urged the court to remand him in prison custody because he seemed to derive pleasure in harassing and threatening his tenants, especially the women around him.

The court considered the application and ruled that though the offence he allegedly committed was a bailable one, he had shown disrespect to the court by bolting away when he was first arraigned and was granted bail.

The court ordered that he should be remanded in prison custody without an option of bail pending when he shows remorse.

The matter was adjourned till 13 February 2012 for mention.

Source: Pm news


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