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Police PPRO, Muyiwa Adejobi Accused Of Impregnating A Lady, Denying Child’s Paternity

Lagos PPRO, Muyiwa Adejobi has been dragged into a child paternity ‘scandal’.

Lagos Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Muyiwa Adejobi has been accused of refusing to take responsibility for his child after allegedly impregnating a lady he met during police recruitment.

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According to LadunLiadi News, a young woman sent a mail in their Facebook inbox and also the blog’s email, alleging that the PPRO is her son’s father.

The young lady said she met Mr Adejobi in 2010 during the police recruitment when she went to submit her NPF form in Ogun state.

She alleged Mr Adejobi, who was the PPRO in Ogun then, insisted on sleeping with her before he can render any help, and the sex resulted into a baby boy.

The PPRO was said to have pleaded with her for an abortion which she declined, so he took responsibility for the pregnancy until things changed after he was transferred out of Abeokuta.

The lady said she reported him at the social welfare office and the matter is in court, but she’s asking Nigerians to please help her beg him to come forward for a DNA since he has allegedly refused to appear.

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“Good evening ma. Pls ma kindly help me out with a bad cop. Nine years ago, I had a son for the present Lagos State police PRO, Muyiwa Adejobi.

“We met during the police recruitment in year 2 I010 when I went to submit my NPF form. He was PPRO in Ogun then and insisted on having sex with me before I got the job which I didn’t get eventually, a sex which resulted in pregnancy.

“He begged me then for an abortion which I declined because I was scared. He begged me not to reveal his identity to my family because of his office and he took responsibility for my ante & post natal but we never got to see or have sex ever again after that one time.

“Since he got a transfer out of Abeokuta, he’s been failing in performing his roles as promised so I reported him at the social welfare office but all efforts to make him appear was proved abortive as he presently denied paternity of my son.

“The case is presently in court but he failed to appear for all court summons issued to him, instead his lawyer saw one error or the other in every summon issued to them and my probation officers were either threatened or intimidated and they just drop my case.

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“His lawyer threatened me with the above letter [in our mail box], and the 2court summons have been issued which he failed to appear. I reported him at the judicial panel of inquiry yet he seemed respected everywhere.

“Pls let Nigerians help me beg him to appear in court for a DNA. Psychologically, it’s affecting my son who doesn’t know his dad and I

“Pls how do I go about public intervention since Muyiwa Adejobi seems adamant. I also contacted Frank MBA force PPRO who stylishly dismissed me.

“Muyiwa Adejobi was absent at the last sitting and the magistrate has directed it to be made public through National dailies

“Pls kindly come to my aid, 080xxxxxx [edited] is my WhatsApp number. I forwarded copies of the enrollment order to Frank MBA, the force PPRO, he read it but didn’t respond. Thank you” the mail reads.

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IN OTHER NEWS: A traditional ruler in Lagos State, Wasiu Jinadu, has accused police of allegedly torturing his son, Taiwo, to death over a misunderstanding.

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