Yewande Akilapa is a future Nollywood actress. She's made the headlines, not for acting, but also for her involvement in theft. According to reports by Stella Dimoko Korkus, Akilapa was caught stealing on Sunday January 12th 2014. Prior to this she have been arrested for theft in 2013, “Her matter was in the headlines in February 2013, when it was been reported that she was arrested for robbery by the authorities in Alade, in Somolu part of Lagos State. She was later taken fully to court by the authorities for prosecution, but she was discharged and acquitted after the court said her prosecutor didn't present an effective case that may leade to her conviction.
Another aoccurred on Sunday where she was caught red-handed and beaten by a furious residents before she was taken away by the police.
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Yetunde begging after she was caught.
Read how Stella Dimoko Korkus explained the incident:
On Sunday Morning of January 12, 2014, there was a loud noise in Magodo phase 2, No 15 Ibitayo street to be precise and people were shouting ”thief thief”! and running after a lady in a black dress …the lady in the black dress was running like a horse without shoes, running inside a walled estate… unfortunately for her, before she could get to the gate, the security on duty mobilised and caught her.
She was escorted back to number 15 Ibitayo street where she had been caught inside the master bedroom with a bunch of master keys hidden in her brassiere.
Funny enough the occupants of this house are not friends with the actress and have never met her before or share close friends with her but something strange may be the missing link.
A day before their Nanny resigned from the job stating she could no longer do it…strange? probably a coincidence.
The occupants of the flat had gone to church but the sister to the head of the family arrived home a little early to attend to her business…*now imagine this scenario*
She put the key into the lock, opened the door, goes inside to find Yetunde who was startled and started stammering, she was asked what she was doing there and after mumbling some mumbo jumbo, she exited the flat and ran with her legs touching the back of her head… there were cries of ”thief” to attract others and after they caught her, she was beaten to a pulp, questioned and handed over to the Police after she implicated a lot of innocent people in her story… these people however arrived the venue to clear their names after agreeing that they know her.
Yetunde’s younger sister was called on the phone to come and see her sister who had been involved in an accident but the sister refused that she would come to the venue and hung up the phone.
According to the report Yetunde insisted she gone gone to wait for a friend inside the flat…
She could not answer how she found herself inside until she was searched and a bunch of master keys found inside her brassiere.
In Febuary 2013, Yetunde was arrested for stealing a bunch of master keys… she was sent to kiri kiri prison and after a few months there, she gained her freedom in November 2013 and in December 2013 she granted an interview describing how her friends set her up.
Yetunde, who is in the Odunfa Caucus of the Yoruba film industry headed by veteran actors; Taiwo Hassan aka Ogogo and Yinka Quadri, alleged that her friends set her up, which was why she went through the bitter experience, she said it was all because of a little misunderstanding and disclosed that she had since stopped her relationship with those who implicated her. She disclosed that her friends, who got her into trouble, even behaved as if they were trying to help her out of the case, but that they were actually behind her being thrown into the police net and taken to court.
Yetunde is currently being detained for attempted theft and possession of a bunch of master keys… probably the same one she was accused of stealing last year but acquitted because they found nothing on her”.
yetunde crying on the floor after being beaten and disgraced
Yetunde after she was beaten by the angry residents.