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Baba Ijesha’s lawyer rejoices over his release as he accused the police and ministry of Justice of brutalizing the actor’s rights

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Adesina Ademola Ogunlana, the lawyer to actor, Olanrewaju James Omiyinka, has shared more lights on how the actor was granted bail by a Magistrate.

In a video posted online, his lawyer said:

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“Our client that has been in detention for more than 30 days has been granted bail at the facility of his detention. The Magistrate that granted him bail is Chief Magistrate Toyin of the Lagos State Judiciary.

The Chief Magistrate in partnership with the Ministry of Justice in partnership with a private organization, Police Decongestion Scheme led by a former chairman of the NBA in Ikorodu, Bayo Akinlade visited Panti and under the Decongestion scheme, visited that facility and met Baba Ijesha.

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Baba Ijesha’s lawyer calls for his bail

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Something was curious there. His name was not even entered as very much reliably learnt. The Chief Magistrate being bold and experienced, demanded to see him and he was brought to see the team. He came towards them limping and as we have described before, he was emaciated and bail was granted to him summarily by the Chief Magistrate and this is very very commendable”.

Ogunlana revealed that the nail waa granted essentially on health grounds and that the Magistrate said the offense is bailable.

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“The conditions of bail are that Baba Ijesha have two sureties. One if the sureties must be a level 10 officer, a civil servant. The other one should be a blood relation of the thespian.

The bail is out as N500,000 in large sum. It’s not security. It’s just a bond that if he should run away, the sureties will pay that. We are very sure he will not run away. The verification is to be done by the OC Legal of the SCID Panti”.

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Speaking further, Ogunlana said this is a good news as it is a victory for everyone.

“It’s not a victory for Baba Ijesha alone. It is for everybody. Rights must be respected. Laws must be respected. The idea of mib lynching, the idea of lopsided action when it comes to rights and privileged of fellow citizens should be decried.

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I want to appreciate Chief y Toyin for the courage for doing the right thing. For stepping into this matter. You remember the police had pandered to public opinion of some activists who were saying he should never be released and hung it on the neck of JUSUN strike that they would have charged the man to court and we’re even talking about the Attorney General of Lagos State which with due respect to him, I wonder in the history of Defilement how can somebody who is not biased, who is not malicious says a prima facie case of defilemeny has been disclosed upon the facts of this case? We will look into that and take that up. Baba Ijesha’s rights has been brazenly brutalised”.

Ogunlana added:

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“As far as we are concerned, both the police and the Ministry of Justice are to be indicted for the unnecessary brutalization of Baba Ijesha’s rights. If a person is entitled, you give him his entitlement”.

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