Justice finally for Mrs Okafor Ogochukwu who was stripped and flogged Unclad. This is to serve as a deterrent to others, as Husband and wife, Ifeanyi Azota and Azotani Toochukwu and their family friend, Ogochukwu Nwankwo have been sentenced to prison for assault, blackmail, insult and public disgrace among other damages to the Victim , at Ezimezi village in Amawbia state.
While the husband bagged 16 months imprisonment with a fine of 200,000, the wife and her friend bagged nine (9) years imprisonment each, conspiracy, blackmail, deprivation of liberty and assault occassioning harm.
Recall that, a statement by SP Haruna Mohammed PPRO of Anambra State Police Command, stated that:
“On the 21/3/2019 at about 2:40pm, one Okafor Ogochukwu ‘F’ of Osile Village Ogidi reported at Central Police Station Awka that on 19/03/2019 at about 11:36am, she was invited by her male facebook friend one Ifeanyi Azota ‘m’ to his house at Ezimezi village in Amawbia. All of a Sudden a woman who claimed to be his wife namely Azotani Toochukwu ‘f’ suddenly appeared into the house with her friend one Ogochukwu Nwankwo ‘F’ and Locked her inside the bathroom for almost four hours and left.
“The women later came back with two big canes and opened the bathroom,
“However, while the Suspect’s friend one Ogochukwu Nwankwo stripped her Unclad and flogged her severally, the principal suspect was busy vedio taping the incident and thereafter pushed her out from the compound Unclad.
“Complainant further alleged that the principal suspect Azotani Toochuckwu called her on phone the following day and demanded for the sum of Sixty thousand Naira (#60,000) or they will post her nude video on the internet.
“Consequently, when the complainant refused to pay the money as requested, the principal suspect Azotani Toochukwu actualised her threat and posted the Unclad video to the internet and since then the vedio went viral.”
The complainant had demanded jail terms for the husband, wife and their family friend for the blackmail, insult and public disgrace among other damages, to serve as a deterrent to others.