According to the Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Olumuyiwa Adejobi, the actor started sexually assaulting the victim when she was seven years old.
The actor has confessed to the crime as he was also captured by a CCTV camera in the house of the complainant.
Expressing her opinion on the incident in a series of posts, the actress vowed to ensure that he never sees the light of day.
She wrote, “If the allegations are true, I hope he rots in jail and they do the same thing to him when his soap drops. If this is true, I will personally make sure he never sees the light of day.”
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Dikeh also used her platform to call on women to show solidarity over the matter. She emphasised that Baba Ijesha must not be released on bail.
She wrote, “We will, together as women, stand up and use our voices to make awareness of what this man has done. Anyone with information on this, please contact me. This evil man must not be released nor granted bail. They may tweak the law to his favour as a celebrity, what we should all do is repost this and tag foreign and local authorities.