Sacrilege! Court remands six for shooting adult movie inside Osun-Oshogbo shrine - SALIENT TIMES ONLINE

Sacrilege! Court remands six for shooting adult movie inside Osun-Oshogbo shrine

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Five Nigerians and a Cameroonian have been remanded by the Osun Magistrate court sitting in Osogbo on Monday for allegedly recording obscene publication at the Osun-Osogbo shrine.

Salient Times reports that the accused persons – Tobiloba Jolaosho, 27; Ladiva Aije, 22; Juliet Semion, 24; Ahmed Olasunkanmi, 23; Adeniran Eritosin, 29; and Tunde Jimoh 27 – were arrested for shooting a sex movie inside Osun-Osogbo sacred shrine and sharing it on social media.

It was gathered that one of the accused persons, Tobiloba on July 25, at about 12:30 pm dressed like an Osun custodian with a naked woman, shooting a porn film at the UNESCO site.

The Police Prosecutor, Idoko John told the court that Tobiloba and his accomplice committed the crime in an international worship ground, which could tarnish the image of the religion.

In a charge sheet read in the court, the accused persons are being prosecuted for acting a film which appeared on the face of it to bear a pornographic picture of young girls who were half-naked and thereafter published or sent for public consumption.

The prosecutor alleged that the accused persons did conspire amongst themselves to act at the Osun-Osogbo traditional and religious ground and commit a misdemeanour to wit insult to religion.

He stated that the offence committed by the accused persons was contrary to and punishable under 516,233,517,451 Cap 34 Vol ll Law of Osun State 2002.

The six accused persons pleaded not guilty to the allegations slammed against them.

One of the accused told the court that they only went to the shrine for excursion and only took pictures.

Defence Counsel, Tunbosun Oladipupo applied for the bail of the accused persons in most liberal terms saying that the allegations are bailable offences.

The court ruled that the six accused persons be remanded in Ilesa correctional centre.

He adjourned the matter till September 17, 2020, for ruling on bail.