The Managing Director of GTO Projects Limited, Mr Oluwarotimi George-Taylor has accused Dr Babatunde Osinowo, the son of Senator Bayo Osinowo, representing Lagos East senatorial district of burglary and theft in Osogbo, the Osun State capital.
This was contained in various petition George-Taylor and his lawyer Oramiyan Biobaku,sent to the Police, and the Inspector Generals office, the copies of all the petitions were obtained by our Correspondent in Osogbo .
According to the petition, the junior Oshinowo, who is representing his father in the said company GTO Projects Limited sometimes in 2018, in connivance with other individuals allegedly broke into George-Taylor’s residence located at Aboaba quarters, GRA, in Osogbo metropolis and stole several household equipment s and cash, including several vital company documents.
The petition further accused the Police in Osun of shielding Oshinowo by its refusal to charge him appropriately to court, calling on the IG to intervene and ensure justice is done irrespective of the personalities that are involved.
The petition reads in part : ” I am writing principally to bring to your attention the clandestine move to subvert the cause of justice and allow offender to go scot-free against the extant law of our land in the case involving Dr Babatunde Oshinowo, who is a representative of Senator from Lagos East , Bayo Oshinowo in our company.
“Babatunde Oshinowo, alongside his other cohorts led by one Omoba Adeyinka Oyediran, Ayo Olomiye ordered the breaking into my apartment at Aboaba quarters at GRA Osogbo to cart away my property, cash and several vital documents.
“Oshinowo is also alleged to have forged documents, with which he allegedly conspired with some bank officials in Wema Bank Alausa branch and withdrew a sum of eleven million naira, from the company’s account, the case against Wema Bank, comes up again on the 25th September this year.
“Unfortunately, the police in Osun has been acting against the tenets of the force by trying to shield the culprits even after recovering most of the stolen property from them, which ordinarily should serve as exhibit for prosecution.
“The police in the state has not charge those individuals that involved in the act to court, despite several petitions written to them to take action and ensure justice is done.
“I believe nobody is above the law of the land no matter how highly placed the person is, but appealed to the Inspector General of Police to help in the resolution of the matter .
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, SP Folashade Odoro when contacted claimed that police is not shielding the culprits , she however added that it is a case of burglary and theft in which police is still investigating.
She said it was a contract disagreement and searing formula that caused the problem, hoping that the issue will be settled amicably .
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