According to The Nation ,he will appear before
Chief Magistrate Mrs. F.O. Davies-Abegunde “to show cause why the
restraining order should not be made permanent by the court.”
The applicant, Aigbe, will tender before the court, through her
counsel, Adeola Falade, a medical report of the alleged violence by her
In her ruling at the last sitting, Davies-Abegunde restrained Gentry
“from going anywhere within one mile radius of the applicant and the
two children in her custody.”
A social worker with DSVRT, Adeola Falade, on April 28 approached
the court, on behalf of Mercy Aigbe, to ask for a restraining order
against Gentry over alleged violence against his wife.
Falade alleged that Gentry went to his wife’s tailor’s place “to attack and beat her up.”
Falade tendered five photographs and copies of the medical scanned report of the applicant.