16 Years Old Girl Delivers Baby For Father In Oyo State

A father from hell, 42-year-old Segun (surname withheld) who allegedly impregnated his only daughter (name with­held), a 16-year-old JSS 2 student in Ig­beti, Oyo State is now in prison custody for committing the abominable act.

It was gathered that the sordid story began on December 1, 2013 at Gboro compound, Igbeti, when the suspect was said to have asked the victim to come and live with him. Thirteen years earlier, he had divorced the mother of the victim, who was about three then. After the divorce, the mother took cus­tody of the victim and then remarried. Much later, the victim began living with her father.

Continuing the tale, Oyo State Com­missioner of Police, Mr Kola Sodipo revealed that on the fateful night, Se­gun demanded that the victim should undress. She refused and attempted to escape. He threatened her with a cut­lass and then raped her, unconcerned about the excruciating pain she felt, being a virgin.

The evil father continued the sordid deed thereafter, and this prompted the girl to report to her stepmother who lived in a different house but she didn’t take the matter seriously due to the shameful nature of the act.

Recounting how her ordeal started and what transpired after, the victim told Sunday Sun: “I was living with my mother until 2013 when my father asked me to come and live with him. On December 25, 2013 my father woke me up and asked me to remove my clothes but I refused.
 He drew a cut­lass and threatened to kill me if I didn’t do his bidding. I removed my clothes and he forcefully had sex with me. He was the first man to sleep with me be­cause I had never had sex before then. I reported the ugly incident to one of his two wives who is a nurse and she promised to ask him but I don’t know whether she asked him or not.

“In March 2014, he did the same thing again and I ran to the house of his second wife and reported to her. She asked me to swear to an oath with the Bible but I refused since I knew I was speaking the truth. I started sleeping in her apartment. In April, he came and asked me to return to his apartment to do some things for him but I refused to go. His second wife, however, put pressure on me to answer my father’s call as he wanted me to do some things for him at home. I followed him after much pressure.

“During Easter celebration on April 18, 2014 he had sex with me again. All this while I didn’t know I was pregnant because I had my last menstruation in December 2013. My stepmother sus­pected that I was pregnant and took me to a clinic at Igbeti where a test showed I was pregnant.”

Sunday Sun gathered that The matron of the clinic informed the victim’s grandfather that his son had impregnated the daughter. The suspect denied the allegation and began mal­treating the girl.

On what followed thereafter, the victim said: “The case was reported at the police station on April 30, 2014 and I started living with my paternal grand­father. I was taken to General Hospital Igbeti, where my mother pleaded with the doctor to abort the pregnancy, but the doctor said he would not do it. After I delivered the baby and my grandmother was told the baby looks like father, my father ran away.”

She explained further: “When the pregnancy was confirmed, the Divi­sional Police Officer (DPO) and the Di­visional Crime Officer (DCO) were the ones who purchased the baby clothes and other things needed. They also paid the hospital bill. I am appealing to the public to come to my assistance and help me finish my education. I am in JSS 2.”

According to Sodipo, an ultrasound scan done on May 1, 2014 at Bethsaida Hospital showed that the pregnancy had reached four months. The baby was delivered on September 16, 2014.

Sodipo futher told Sunday Sun that the Medical Director of the General Hospital advised that DNA test should be carried out to determine the pater­nity of the child but said it could not be done until six months after delivery of the baby.

In the course of investigation, the police were able to smoke out the suspect as Sunday Sun learnt from the Oyo State Police Public Relations Officer, Olabisi Okuwobi-Ilobanafor, who also confirmed the arrest of the suspect.

The suspect was thereafter ar­raigned before the Chief Magistrate Court at Kisi presided over by Chief Magistrate Usman Isiaku. He was subsequently remanded in Oyo Prison and the case adjourned to October 24, 2014.


Chris Kehinde Nwandu is the Editor In Chief of CKNNEWS || He is a Law graduate and an Alumnus of Lagos State University, Lead City University Ibadan and Nigerian Institute Of Journalism || With over 2 decades practice in Journalism, PR and Advertising, he is a member of several Professional bodies within and outside Nigeria || Member: Institute Of Chartered Arbitrators ( UK ) || Member : Institute of Chartered Mediators And Conciliation || Member : Nigerian Institute Of Public Relations || Member : Advertising Practitioners Council of Nigeria || Fellow : Institute of Personality Development And Customer Relationship Management || Member and Chairman Board Of Trustees: Guild Of Professional Bloggers of Nigeria


  1. mr man here z nt d rit place for ur so called adertisment

  2. young angle take heart.just ve dat forgv heart.As for u d he goat,just b gettin ready to reap d fruit of ur labour.Remerber dat dose u use to eat by d sun wil definitly break into pieces by d same sun.onye aru.

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