Man Kidnapped Landlord’s Daughter, LASU Student With Charms

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Oct 10, 2013 – Tenant Kidnapped Landlord’s Daughter, LASU Student With Mother’s Help In Lagos

Ajibola Idowu, a 37-year-old man has been arrested in Lagos for kidnapping, Modupe Brown, his landlord’s daughter.

Ajibola held Modupe a 400 level LASU undergraduate bound for 3 years during which he impregnated her.

According to Punch Metro, after Brown had given birth to the child, Ajibola refused to allow the child access to immunisation. As a result, the child was said to have contracted polio disease and subsequently became crippled.

Lagos Deputy Police Public Relations Officer, Damasus Ozoani, told PUNCH Metro that Ajibola, was arrested along with his mother, Ebun, who allegedly conspired with him to commit the act.

He said, “Brown, a 400 level student of Business Administration at the Lagos State University, was kidnapped by Ajibola who kept her in captivity with his family for “three years between 2010 and 2013.

“On September 19, 2013, policemen from Area E Command, went to the Sagamu area of Ogun State to rescue the victim and also arrested the mother of the abductor, who watched over the victim. Ajibola was later arrested in the Idumota area of Lagos Island.

“During the three years, Ajibola  kept Brown in three locations -Oshogbo, Osun State, where she spent six months; Bariga, Lagos, where she spent six months; and Sagamu, Ogun State, where she spent about two years.

“Ajibola forcefully impregnated Brown while in captivity. She delivered a baby girl, who later became deformed as a result of Ajibola’s refusal to have the baby immunised against the Polio virus.”

While speaking with our correspondent, Brown described her ordeal in the hands of her abductor as a journey through the valley of the shadow of death. She said she was abducted at her father’s house in the Ebute Meta area of Lagos State.

She said, “I can’t even remember how he kidnapped me. All I know is that he held me captive for three years. It’s as if I was under a spell. Even when I was going to give birth, he did not allow me to go to a hospital. The baby was delivered at home and he was the one giving me medication.

“Even one day, when state officials came to the area to immunise children, he said he would not allow the child to be immunised, saying the drugs had been poisoned. Once, when I tried to leave, he threatened to kill me.”

PUNCH Metro learnt that during her time in captivity, the victim’s parents, who are retired civil servants, searched hospitals, mortuaries, police stations and churches for her all to no avail.

The victim’s father, Idowu Brown, said he had no clue that Ajibola was the abductor. He said, “I never knew it was Ajibola that kidnapped my daughter. He was my tenant for six years and greeted me every day. We even used to share jokes. He was aware that I had been looking “for my daughter for three years but he never said anything.

“When we could not find her, I reported the matter at FESTAC Police Division. It was in September this year that we heard from our daughter for the first time. She told us that she was in Sagamu and my wife went there.

“There we met Ajibola’s mother. That was how we found out that he (tenant) was the one behind the whole thing.”

The suspects however denied abducting the landlord’s daughter. Ajibola’s mother claimed her son and Brown were lovers, who decided to elope, maintaining that the case was not an abduction.

She said, “They were lovers. I never got involved in their matter until the child was born. I went to stay with them for about seven months to take care of the child, who was very ill. A few months after I left, they moved in with me at my three-bedroom house at Sagamu because they had been evicted.

“Ajibola was not staying with us because his business was in Lagos but I was with Brown “most of the time. Many times, I would ask her about her parents and when I could meet them but she kept on giving silly excuses until the day her mother came to my house with policemen.”

Ajibola, who is into satellite dish installation, said the plan to elope was hatched by Brown who paid N200, 000 into his bank account. The money was said to have been meant for her school project.

He said he could not understand why she would make such allegations against him.

“I did not kidnap her; we were lovers and decided to elope. Even when she was at my house, she used to make calls to her relatives telling them that she was alright,” Ajibola said.

[Report by PUNCH Metro]

8 thoughts on “Man Kidnapped Landlord’s Daughter, LASU Student With Charms

  1. I sense the girl is lying
    May be the guy doesn’t money to take kia of her anymore
    women and their wayo ways

  2. as big as you are man how can u do such a thing
    don’t you know that charms often fail?
    may u rot in hell son of a ba**tard

  3. Something tells me dat d girl is lieing. No charm in dis case at-all, rather its a jouney of love. Wat d guy did was bad, but dey should release him bcos there is noting like useing charm in dis case ok. They love dem selces be4 but i guess d guy is now broke.

  4. I want to bliv dt d lady in question is lying first of al d guy is nt even stayin wit her bcos of d nature of his buziness yet she was enjyin bein a wife in his house nursed by his mum. Guess d guy has run out of cash dts y she called home so all dis while she Has been plotin her plans.hw can a man stop u frm immunising ur own child? And u accepted nt too say d truth joor

  5. Yeah right !!! Kidnap my foot, I just don’t know what the problem is with some of these bitches. The first thing she should have learn is how to construct her story very well before taking up the fight against her lover. If truly she had been kidnapped for three years, she has many opportunities to run away from her self proclaimed abductor or at least alert the neighbours around the premises for help. Afterall, based on heir account the guy works in Lagos which means he is NOT always around her. Probably, she is acting on her parent’s instruction. It is noted in their statement that: “at a point her mother went to Sagamu to see her upon her phone conversation with the parent.” However, the parent may not have consented to the relationship all along. Certainly, they can’t fool anybody that they aren’t aware of her where-about for three years. It wasn’t like somebody led them to her location in Sagamu. Obviously, they knew about the relationship based on their account. Besides, she might have fed-up with the relationship and decided to call home. Yoruba’s adage says: (ti aja ba fi ori komi , amo ona ile olowo e). Perhaps, she has hit the rock-bottom or felt the guy is cheating on her and don’t get enough attention from him anymore, Then, she remember to call home to complaint against him knowing well he wasn’t approved of her parent. The best way she could do that is to be cruel, by taking a shot at him with wrong accusation. Guys needs to be careful on the type of women they’re fooling with because most of them are delusional and don’t have a clue on how to live their lives anymore. I’m not being stereotypical neither do I have hard feelings towards women. Of cause there are still few good ones out-there but most of ’em are sick up-stairs.

  6. How i wish Nigeria have inteligent police officers n God fearing Judges the lady in question deserve 2 serve @ least a year behind the bar for lying against her lover n to fool the medias. They were lovers when the guy have some coins bt nw tht the guy is broke she now claim tht he kidnap her. Is it possible to kidnap a lady 4 good 36*365 days ? Wht 4 ? Also the man does nt always staying @ home with her. She has so many chances 2 escape if she wish bt then she did nt . As 4 her useless parents, they should fear God in whteva they are doing. If they put the guy in prison because they are influentials, God will destroy their home. Pls Nigeria police n Judiciary pls do thoro investigatn, n do nt suffer the innocent guy. I rest my case.

  7. yeah, dupe is my friend, she is lying, dats the problem parents give their children, far back in secondary school, the sees us as bad children, now see good child. Nawa oooooooooooo MODUPE BROWN.

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