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Sotitobire Missing Child: Court Sends Prophet Babatunde Back to Prison



The Founder of the Sotitobire Miracle Center, Oshinle, Akure in Ondo State, Alfa Babatunde, will stay in jail until February 5, pending lawful exhortation from the Directorate of Public Prosecution.

This was the decision of the Chief Magistrate at the justice court in Oke-Eda, Charity Adeyanju, on Friday at the continued knowing about the argument against the minister.

Mr Babatunde was charged over the seize of a one-year-old child on November 10, 2019, at his congregation.

Reporters who were at the court to cover the case were, be that as it may, left the court by the judge.

A contention started in the court when the police investigator, Uloh Goodluck, a reviewer, requested the effectively situated columnists to empty their seats without offering any explanation.

The situated writers were hesitant, contending that the investigator came up short on the ability to oust them from the court.

He at that point moved toward the judge in her chamber to put forth a defense for the removal of the writers.

Mrs Adeyanju strolled into the court to meet the writers pausing and quickly gave a request for all columnists to clear their seats.

Inquisitively, no sooner had the writers left the court, than Mr Babatunde landed at the court premises nearby six laborers of his congregation in the midst of overwhelming security at precisely 9:27 a.m.

The officer, who gave no explanation behind her activity against the writers, requested that Mr Babatunde ought to stay at the Olokuta Correctional Facility till February 5, 2020, pending the becoming aware of the lawful counsel from the DPP.

The pastor was first remanded on December 23, 2019, by the court alongside certain individuals from his congregation.

He is being arraigned by the State Security Services for complicity in the kidnapping of the kid, Gold Kolawole, who is as yet missing since he was detracted from the Sotitobire church by obscure people in November a year ago.

A similar judge had on Wednesday remanded four people in jail for supposedly killing a police sergeant while partaking in a crowd assault on the Sotitobire church in Akure on December.

She sent Yusuf Owa, Adebayo Adeyemi, Adeleye Omowumi, and Adu Babatunde to the Olokuta Correction Correctional Center on charges of homicide, torching, pernicious harm and taking at Sotitobire Church.

Reporter revealed how a crowd flattened the congregation following bits of gossip that the body of the missing youngster was uncovered from the congregation's special raised area.

The talk ended up being bogus, yet the turmoil brought about the consuming of the congregation and the executing of a police sergeant, Sheidu Ocheopo, and another non military personnel while the police were attempting to the destruction of the church property.

The trial of the four suspects was suspended to January 20.
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