The two-years-old toddler who was allegedly defiled by Chrisland school supervisor on Thursday narrated before Justice Sybil Nwaka of a Lagos High Court, Ikeja how she was defiled.
The toddler who was also identified as the survivor told the court that she had come to testified on the bad things that Mr. Adenekan did to her.
The school supervisor, Adegboyega Adenekan, 47 is standing trial for alleged defilement of a child.
The prosecution alleges that Adenekan committed the offence sometime in November 2016 at Chrisland School, Victoria Garden City (VGC), Lagos.
At the resume of proceedings which started around 3:17pm and ended about 6pm , the survivor was put in a relaxed posture and was urged to tell the truth while she was placed on oath.
Led in evidence by the State prosecutor, Mr. Bababtunde Boye, the survivor who told the court that she is now four years old also confirmed that she had attended two schools; Chrisland and Grange.
When asked who Mr. Adenekan (the defendant) is, she said he put his” wee -wee” in my “wee-wee”.
She also touched her genital to describe where her wee-wee was and when she was asked about where the defendant’s wee wee was, she did same by touching her genital.
The survivor also said the defendant defiled her twice both in his office and outside.
According to the toddler, “I was wearing my Chrisland Uniform when he put his wee-wee into my wee-wee”, it was painful and I screamed but he covered my mouth.
“He normally put his hand in my wee-wee and he put his wee-wee in my mouth”.
She however said she can’t remember what the defendant’s office looks like.
Under cross -examination by the defendant’s counsel Olatunji Adejuyigbe (SAN), the survivor told the court that she loves to draw but she does not want to draw because the court was scary.
She further said she told her mummy about the painful thing the defendant did to her but she did not know if he said he will kill her.
“He did the bad things to me in his office, when I told my mummy of the bad things, she changed my school.
When asked if the shoes she wore to the court was bought in London she replied ‘No’, insisting the shoes were bought by her mother in America.
Earlier, during the proceedings, the survivor’s mother was crossed-examined by the defence counsel and she maintained that she was going to cover up the case until she she realized the matter was beyond her because her daughter kept on talking about the abuse at home.
Justice Nwaka thereafter adjourned the matter till May 21, for continuation of trial.