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A 34-year-old woman, Oyinyen Chuks was on Tuesday charged at Ikeja Chief Magistrates’ Court in Lagos State with locking up her 14-year old housemaid in a toilet for 20 days.
 
Chuks, a trader, who resides at 19, Ojo St., Shasha, a suburb of Lagos, is facing a four-count charge bordering on assault
 
The prosecuting counsel, Sgt. Raphael Donny, told the court that the offences were committed between May 2 and May 22 at the residence of the accused.
 
According to Donny, the accused alleged that the housemaid stole her money and beat her mercilessly.
 
“The accused locked the girl inside her toilet, fed her once and didn’t allow her to take a bath or change her clothes for those weeks in bondage.
 
“It was one of the neighbours who could not bear the torment anymore that informed the police”, he explained.
 
Speaking further, the prosecutor said that following the report, the police visited the house and found the girl in the condition.
 
“Hence, the accused was arrested while the girl was taken to the hospital for treatment”, Donny said.
 
The offence according to him contravened Sections 171, 207, 245 and 285 of the Criminal Law of Lagos State, 2015.
 
Chuks however pleaded not guilty to the charges preferred against her.
 
The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Davies Abegunde, granted the accused N1million bail with two sureties in like sum.
 
Abegunde ordered the accused to pay N200, 000 into the Court Registrar‘s account as part of the bail conditions and adjourned the case until June 21 for mention
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