– After several weeks in police custody, Baba Ijesha has finally been granted bail based on health grounds
– Comedian Princess has taken to social media after the news with the belief that she would win eventually
– Nigerians have also dropped different reactions to her statement
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The latest development on Yoruba actor, Olanrewaju James Omiyinka, aka Baba Ijesha’s case has sparked different reactions on social media.
According to reports, from Foundation for Investigative Journalism (FIJ), the movie star was released on the afternoon of Monday, April 17, 2021, on health grounds.
It was gathered that his release came after magistrates went around police stations in Lagos state and gave hearings to those in custody.
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The foster mother of the girl the actor allegedly molested, comedian Princess, has also reacted to the news.
On her official Instagram page, she put up a post where she confirmed that she might not be winning at that moment, but she would eventually.
She simply captioned the post:
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Different reactions followed Princess’ post, read some of them below:
“Definitely, our God does not sleep.”
“Slowly, but definitely.”
“May God give her the grace to overcome this.”
“If he is guilty, he’ll never miss his punishment. court or not!”
“It’s a bailable offense so u don’t expect him to die there.”
“Definitely, justice will prevail!”
“Surely the guilty one will never go unpunished.”
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Meanwhile, . earlier reported that a police source confirmed that the Baba Ijesha was still in custody after he was allegedly released.
The actor was not immediately allowed to go because his bail conditions had to undergo certain required processes.
He was reportedly granted bail when some magistrates went to the State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department, Panti, Yaba, and they saw him limping.