Man Faces Trial Over $5,000 Demand From Expatriate Over S3x

There is twist in a matter between a 26-year-of Nigerian who
allegedly demanded $5,000 from an expatriate who is the Chief Executive
Officer, CEO, of Murtala Muhammad Airport terminal 2, Ikeja in Lagos State,
western Nigeria.
The Nigerian, Rowaiye Omotayo, alleged that the expatriate,
Christopher Pennick, molested him s3xually and demanded $5,000 as compensation
for the assault or he will expose him.
While Pennick on his own part, insisted that Omotayo was
blackmailing him by demanding the money by menace.

He also alleged that Omotayo sent threat messages to him
through his phone asking him to pay the money or he would expose him and bring
him down.
Consequently, Pennick went to the Airport Police Division
and told the police that Omotayo was attempting to blackmail and extort money
from him.
Omotayo was arrested and charged before Ogba Magistrate’s
court on a four-count charge of intent to steal, extortion and forceful demand
for the amount.
He pleaded not guilty.
The presiding Magistrate, Mr T. O. Shomade granted him bail
in the sum of N3m with two sureties in like sum.
Omotayo was remanded in prison custody pending when he will
perfect his bail.
The matter was adjourned till 23 March, 2016.
As Omotayo was being taken to prison custody, he said he
would open up with evidence to show that the Pennick actually molested him.

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