An Egor Chief Magistrates’ Court in Benin, Edo, on Friday sentenced 40-year-old Lucky Idahosa to 14 years imprisonment for raping his 17-year-old daughter.

The Chief Magistrate, Mrs Igho Braimah, jailed the accused after he pleaded guilty to the charge.
The convict had in the plea told the court that he committed the act for money ritual.

Braimah said that no matter what a father considered opportunity to become rich, he should not yield to the temptation of nursing idea of having canal knowledge of “his blood’’, let alone “really doing it’’.
Consequently, she sentenced the accused to 14 years jail term.

The prosecutor, Mr Osaretin Ogiehon, had told the court that the accused committed the incest sometime in June, 2016.
He said that act, which was done without the consent of the girl, took place at their 37, Upper S and T Barracks Street, Off Uselu-Lagos Road, Benin home.

The prosecutor told the court that the offence contravened section 358 of the Criminal Code.
Led in evidence by the prosecutor, the victim of the incest had told the court that her father gave her concoction, which made her unconscious before he committed the act.
She added that her father warned her not to mention it to anyone.

Air Vice Marshal Mohammed Saliu Usman has been appointed as the new Chief of Defence Intelligence (CDI) for the armed forces. He was appointed on Friday, July 8, and will be taking over from Major General John Saduana Davies, who had been on acting capacity since January this year, when the former CDI, Air Vice Marshal Monday Morgan retired.
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Air Vice Marshal Mohammed Saliu Usman has been appointed as the new Chief of Defence Intelligence (CDI) for the armed forces. He was appointed on Friday, July 8, and will be taking over from Major General John Saduana Davies, who had been on acting capacity since January this year, when the former CDI, Air Vice Marshal Monday Morgan retired. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter defence headquarters Speaking while taking over, Usman said he was grateful to God and to President Muhammadu Buhari for the appointment, Vanguard reports. READ ALSO: JUST IN: Buhari appoints new security chief He promised to work in harmony with the services to ensure peace and security for the nation. Usman also congratulated Davies for his services during the short time he spent as acting CDI, promising to continue from he stopped. “Eight months ago, I was posted from here (DIA), to the NAF headquarters. I never knew that I will come back this way. I have taken it as an act of God. My doors will be open to all and I will be fair to all and I will carry everybody along. “I want to urge all of you to be up and doing because we are in challenging times. Let us put integrity into all that we are doing. Let us consider DIA as one family and let our actions speak for us.” Until his appointment, Usman was the director of air intelligence at NAF HQ. He had served at the Defence Intelligence Agency as the director of intelligence. READ ALSO: Buhari appoints Mustapha as Inland waterways MD (photo) He had also served as an instructor at the Armed Forces Command and Staff College, Jaji and the Defence Intelligence School, Abuja. Usman was a onetime security officer to a former Chief of Air Staff, Air Marshall Isaac Alfa (rtd). According to the Armed Forces Statutes, the position of Chief of Defence Intelligence which is the apex in the intelligence community is rotational among the services. With the army and the navy serving their terms of three years, it fell to the Airforce but AVM Morgan who got appointed when President Buhari assumed office in 2015, was caught up with (ROD), ‘run out date’ and had to retire. Therefore, Davies was appointed on acting capacity until a suitable CDI whose recommendation was approved by President Buhari was appointed.
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