How Sixty Seconds Pleasure Drives Man To Life Imprisonment

Mr. Collins Okechukwu has been awarded life imprisonment by Ikeja Domestic Violence and Sexual Offences Court for raping a student of Lagos State University.

Okechukwu who claimed to have enjoyed the s*x with the 25 year old UNILAG student for about 60 seconds was accused of raping and robbing.

The presiding judge, Justice Abiola Soladoye, found the accused guilty as charged and sentenced him to life imprisonment.

Okechukwu’s journey to prison began in 2017 when he was arrested for rape, stealing of phones, money and a gold belonging to a female Unilag student at a gun point.

The Prosecutor, Mr. Owolabani Peter held that the crime was committed on December 17, 2017, near the Faculty of Arts Building in University of Lagos at 9:00 pm.

In her judgment, Abiola Soladoye urged female students against giving out their contacts for mere fun.

She maintained that the prosecution has proved the charges of rape and robbery against Collins Okechukwu beyond reasonable doubt.

She sentenced Okechukwu to life imprisonment for rape, and 21 years’ imprisonment for robbery.

Abiola Soladoye who saw the convict as a pathological liar, directed that the two sentences should run concurrently.

Hear her: The testimony of the defendant portrayed him as a pathological liar in the sense that he claimed that University of Lagos Guest House was fully booked and the survivor was sex starved, which made them have sex on bare floor.

“The defendant lured the survivor into the Admin Block, brought out a pistol, raped her and robbed her of her valuables thereafter.

“The claim of the defendant to have met the survivor at the guest house and she agreed to have sex with him was consistently laced with irregularities and found unreliable.

“The defendant is found guilty as charged, of the two offences, and thereby sentenced to life imprisonment in respect to rape and 21 years’ jail term for robbery.

“The sentences shall run concurrently. He should have his name entered in the Sex Offenders Register of the Lagos State Government,” she said.

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