This is complicated but true how father impregnated his own biological daughter which automatically makes him the father of his own grand son.
The 42-year-old polygamous man, Segun Oderinde, hails from Gboro Compound, Igbeti, Olorunsogo Local Government area of Oyo State and right now, the randy father is at large as he just disappeared into thin air since the secret became open.
The victim, 16-year-old secondary school student recounted the disheartening story of how her biological father habitually turned her into his sex object which amounted to pregnancy notwithstanding the fact that he has two other wives.
The product of the pregnancy was a baby boy whom she named Boluwatife, which means ‘As God wills’.
Here is a raw version of the story as narrated by the poor girl:
I was living with my mother until 2013 when my father asked me to come and live with him. On December 25, 2013, my father woke me up and asked to remove my clothes but I refused.
He drew a cutlass and threatened to kill me if I did not do his bidding. Afraid, I removed my clothes and he forcefully had sex with me. He was the first man to sleep with me because I had never had sex before then.
The following day, I reported to one of his two wives who was a nurse and she promised to ask him, but I don’t know whether she eventually did.
In March, 2014, he did the same thing again and I ran to his second wife’s house and reported to her. She asked me to swear to an oath with a bible but I refused since I knew I was saying the truth. I started sleeping in her apartment.
In April, he came to tell me to return to his apartment to do some things for him but I refused to go. His wife however put pressure on me to answer my father’s call since he wanted me to do some things for him at home. I followed him after much pressure.
Unfortunately for me, on Saturday preceding Easter celebration, precisely on April 18, he had sex with me again. All the while, I did not know I was pregnant. I had my last menstruation in December 2013.
My stepmother suspected I was pregnant and took me to one Mrs. Aremu who confirmed the pregnancy. The case was reported at the police station and I started living with my paternal grandfather until I fell into labour. My mother wanted the pregnancy to be aborted but the doctor said he could not do it.
After I was delivered of the baby and my grandfather was told that the baby has a striking resemblance with my father, he ran away and has not been seen since then.
Since the confirmation of the pregnancy, the police officials were the ones who purchased baby things and other items that I would need during and after delivery. They also paid my hospital bill. I now stay with my mother and she is helping me to take care of the baby.
It is quite surprising that things like this still exist in our society despite the fact that the world is getting more civilized by day.