Bad Day For This Adeyefa Illegal Nigerian Human Trafficker That Was Arrested, See What Has Happened To Him

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Dec 6, 2023, 11:34:11 AM12/6/23
to Naija Observer

Adeyefa Adedamola Adetoye 
This sounds like Yoruba
Drug. Trafficker  & Human Trafficker
Tinubu &  Adeyefa

Bad Day For This Illegal Nigerian Human Trafficker That Was Arrested, See What Has Happened To Him

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A 38-year-old Nigerian national named Adeyefa Adedamola Adetoye who is accused of illegal immigration, possession of illicit substances, assault, and forced rape, has been denied bail by the Kimberley District Court. The arrest followed a joint operation by the South African Police Service's DPCI, Organised Crime, Intelligence, and specialized units, acting on information about alleged human trafficking violations.

During Adetoye's apprehension at a motel in Kimberley, authorities discovered two victims in his room—a 17-year-old girl and a 29-year-old woman, both forced into prostitution. The victims revealed that they had been trafficked from Johannesburg to Kimberley, where they were exploited as sex workers and confined to the hotel room.

National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) spokesperson Mojafela Senokoatsane highlighted the grim circumstances, stating, "They had been locked in the hotel room and prostituted as sex workers by the accused… The police also found illegal drugs in the room belonging to the accused during their search."

Adetoye's arrest followed the escape of a third victim from Boksburg on October 7, shedding light on a disturbing pattern of human trafficking orchestrated by the accused. The court, during the bail application, heard details of how the victims were lured, trafficked, and exploited for sex work across different locations.

The court also learned that Adetoye, lacking legal papers, is an illegal resident in South Africa, as his permit expired in 2018. Coupled with concerns about a lack of a fixed address and the potential flight risk, the court denied bail. The matter has been postponed to January 30, 2024, with Adetoye expected to remain in custody until his next court appearance.

The denial of bail underscores the gravity of the charges and the commitment of authorities to ensure the safety of victims and prevent the accused from fleeing justice. As the legal proceedings continue, this case highlights the ongoing battle against human trafficking and the importance of collaboration among law enforcement agencies to address this heinous crime.


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