An Ejigbo Magistrate Court in Lagos on Friday granted bail to one Samson Egbeola in the sum of N250,000 for allegedly having series of unlawful sexual intercourse with one Franca Bajou, a business woman.
Egbeola, 43, a self acclaimed prophet, was facing a 3- count charge of being an impostor, unlawful sexual intercourse and charming.
The accused, who resides at No. 16 Akewusola St., Egan pleaded not guilty to the 3-count charge preferred against him.
The police prosecutor, ASP Nicholas Atumonye, told the court that the accused committed the alleged offence in November, 2012 at Egan.
He said that the accused, under false pretence, presented himself as a prophet to the 26 years old business woman.
He said that the accused shaved Bajou’s pubic hair, cut her nails and used them to prepare charm.
According to Atumonye, the accused told the business woman to use the charm to prepare food for her husband.
The prosecutor further alleged that the accused, having brainwashed Franca, the accused had series of unlawful sexual intercourse with her under the pretence that such sexual escapades would solve all her problems.
Atumonye said that on Feb. 16, Egbeola was allegedly found with three candles and pictures which he presented to Bajou as charms which had the potency of preventing her husband from having another wife.
He alleged that the offence contravened sections 166 (d), 25892) and 130 (c) of the criminal Law of Lagos 2011.
The magistrate, Mrs M.B. Folami adjourned the case till April 4 for mention.
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