An Osun Justice of the Peace courtroom sitting in Osogbo on Monday ordered the remand of six accused individuals Tobiloba Jolaosho, 27; Ladiva Aije, 22; Juliet Semion, 24; Ahmed Olasunkanmi, 23; Adeniran Eritosin, 29; and Tunde Jimoh 27 over alleged recording obscene publication on the Osun-Osogbo shrine.
The accused individuals had been arrested for capturing a intercourse film inside Osun-Osogbo sacred shrine and sharing it on social media.
It was gathered that one of many accused individuals, Tobiloba on July 25, at about 12:30 pm dressed like an Osun custodian with a unadorned girl, capturing a porn movie on the UNESCO web site.
The Police Prosecutor, Idoko John advised the courtroom that Tobiloba and his confederate dedicated the crime in a global worship floor, which may tarnish the picture of the faith.
In a cost sheet learn within the courtroom, the accused individuals are being prosecuted for appearing a movie which appeared on the face of it to bear a pornographic image of Younger ladies who had been half-naked and thereafter printed or despatched for public consumption.
The prosecutor alleged that the accused individuals did conspire amongst themselves to behave on the Osun-Osogbo conventional and non secular floor and commit a misdemeanour to wit insult to faith.
Idoko additional alleged that the accused individuals unlawfully broken window louvres of the police station.
He said that the offence dedicated by the accused individuals was opposite to and punishable underneath 516,233,517,451 Cap 34 Vol ll Legislation of Osun State 2002.
The six accused individuals pleaded not responsible to the allegations slammed towards them.
One of many accused advised the courtroom that they solely went to the shrine for tour and solely took footage.
Defence Counsel, Tunbosun Oladipupo utilized for the bail of the accused individuals in most liberal phrases saying that the allegations are bailable offences.
The prosecutor in his swift response to the bail grant stated that the accused individuals aren’t residents of Osogbo and their location is just not identified by the police and one among them is a Cameroonian.
He stated if they’re granted bail they’re more likely to trigger a breach of peace of the state and might commit the same offence.
In his ruling, Justice of the Peace Isola Omisade ordered the remand of the six accused individuals in Ilesa correctional centre.
He adjourned the matter until September 17, 2020, for ruling on bail.