Stunning: Sex video played in Lagos court


Procedures in an Ikeja High Court took a strange measurement on Monday when a portion of a sex video tape between a wedded dad of three and his ex-darling was played in the court.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the dad of three, Peter Omokaro, is an ex-financier, while his ex-sweetheart, Titilayo Nosa-Igiebor, is a businessperson.

Omokaro who is in his mid 60s had sued Nosa-Igiebor, 33, over her non-installment of an asserted N15 million credit he gave her amid their relationship.

The tape was played when Mr Victor Okpara, advice to Nosa-Igiebor, drove her in proof.

The video which played for over a hour demonstrated Omokaro and Nosa-Igiebor lying in bed in a lodging, consenting to the terms of the ‘advance’ before taking part in sex.

Omokaro could be heard in the video, before consenting to the arrangement, saying: “I trust I am not marking my passing warrant.”

He was additionally heard telling Nosa-Igiebor that he had no goal of recovering the advance.

The respondent’s advice offered a duplicate of the advance assention in proof.

The guidance told the court that Clause Five of the assention exempted Nosa-Igiebor from reimbursing the supposed credit as a result of their sexual relationship.

NAN reports that Clause Five of the understanding, which relates to waiver of rights, states: “Subside perpetually forgoes all rights to credit recompense, relinquishing absolutely advance given if Titilayo consents to and has sex with Peter.”

Prior in her proof, the litigant told the court that Omokaro never gave her the N15 million despite the fact that he guaranteed to give her without gathering it back.

The specialist affirmed that Omokaro wound up pernicious after their relationship went bad.

She told the court that the ex-financier expected to rebuff her for the soured relationship by indicting her.

While being interrogated by Mr Jerry Omoregbe, direction to Omokaro, the litigant affirmed that other than being Omokaro’s sweetheart, she had a business association with him through her organization, Tilimanjaro Nig. Ltd. also, Nichole Integrated Ltd. (Omokaro’s organization).

“Tilimanjaro was my first organization. I had no related knowledge; I was all the while setting up at the time. I went to meet Peter, my beau at the time, to help me in giving my sibling, Ahmed, cash for flying school.

“Dwindle, my beau, said that he would give me the cash as a blessing and that we should draft an assention with the goal that my sibling could see that it was not kidding and take his tutoring genuine.

“He welcomed me to the inn as appeared in the video. He concurred that I should make the assention, and I drafted the understanding in my letterhead. The assention was between Peter Imafidon Omokaro and Titilayo Nosa-Igiebor.

“The inviting credit was never given to me. That understanding was marked on May 15, 2011, which was a Tuesday. He said he would pay the cash into my sibling’s record on Thursday however he never did,” she said.

Equity Raliatu Adebiyi suspended the case until Feb. 20, 2019, for reception of composed locations.

NAN reports that Omokaro had blamed Nosa-Igiebor for taking his Toyota Venza 2010 model with enrollment number CT370FKJ esteemed at N2 million and in addition N106 million.

Nosa-Igiebor was at first summoned under the watchful eye of an Igbosere Magistrates’ Court in Lagos in April 2012 and remanded at the Kirikiri Prisons following her inability to meet her safeguard conditions.

The previous sweethearts later consented to settle their question out of court, with Nosa-Igiebor restoring the vehicle and other property given to her by Omokaro amid their relationship.

Be that as it may, Omokaro initiated a common suit against Nosa-Igiebor under the watchful eye of an Ikeja High Court following her inability to discount the asserted N15 million credit.

He had presented that he gave the respondent the advance as a colleague and not a sweetheart.

The ex-broker additionally told the court that the advance was not a blessing but rather intended to be paid back.

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