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How Ayomide Idowu was raped, jailed and acquitted

By Guardian Exclusive
27 September 2019   |   2:21 pm
Raped, arrested and jailed, Ayomide Idowu narrates his ordeal to GuardianTV. Idowu tells us how he was picked up by members of the Nigerian police force on a routine check somewhere in CMS. He further states how a higher court who revisited his case file after been sentenced by a previous court found him not guilty of any wrongdoing and acquitted.

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