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Ibinabo Fiberesima’s jail term: ‘Justice at last!’

16 March 2016, 14:19

Lagos - Sister of  late Dr  Suraj Giwa, Biola Giwa-Adeyemi  has said that the Court of Appeal’s decision to uphold the judgment  of sentencing  Ibinabo Fiberesima  to five years in jail is justice.

She  gave full details of what happened on  February  26, 2006 between her brother and Ibinabo Fiberesima.

 She said  ibinabo's jeep flipped and lost control from her lane jumped over the culvert or pavement  that demarcate the road from the oncoming vehicle. The speed that skipped and flipped a jeep  over the road demarcation will be considered "Reckless and Endangerment" because the VIO dept checked the jeep brakes, the engine and all the mechanical and electrical of the jeep but the result shows nothing wrong with the jeep and confirm that the accident as due to "Overspeeding" in which the result was on record.

Also read:Ibinabo Fiberesima should be responsible for his family’

According to the sister, people at the scene of the accident recognized her as Ibinabo Febresima, and stated she was drunk.

 The Doctor died at the scene of the accident because the jeep was on top of the Honda accord driven by him and they couldn't save him on time because of the seat belt and the weight of the jeep, the brother and the other family friend in that car had survived.

She also denied that the family was given money by Ibinabo Fiberesima.

 Doctor Giwa has a living mother, wife and three children.

- News24


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