Disclaimer: I do not support rape, child molestation or anything in that league. This is purely rational analysis of Punch video and not a defense for Baba Ijesha nor is it support for sexual harassment. With the above disclaimer stated, can we delve into the matter... 1) I do not think that girl I saw in that video is 14. Pardon me, it’s just my thinking which might be wrong. But that girl looks somewhere around 16. 2) In Nigeria, the age of consent for women is 16 and not 18. It is adulthood that is 18 for women but 16 is their age of consent legally. That’s the reason you will always read those fighting a rape case claiming their victim is either 11, 13, 14 or 15. Yea. Think back, have you read of any rape case where claimants said the victim is 16? Lawyers in the house can help clarify us further. NB: By rape here, I mean the abuse of a minor and not the general context of rape. Because in the general context of rape a 90 year old granny can be a victim of rape. I know. 4) Was there really a use of force? Yea, I understand the mean made some seductive touches but does that constitute force? 5) It was all planned out. Why was there a camera focused on that sofa of two? Why did everybody leave the house? What did Baba Ijesha do to Iyabo Ojo and co? From the foregoing, I beg to conclude that Baba Ijesha and the said girl are regular sexual partners. Maybe somehow, the girl’s guardian got wind of it and pressed the girl until she confirmed having an affair with Baba Ijesha. Now, instead of the said guardian to call Baba Ijesha and question him privately or caution him, they asked the girl to act nothing happened and play along with them to capture the event on camera and release to the world. I do not support crime, rape or molestation of a minor but should we suspend reason and join the herd to destroy a man whose colleagues seem to have more against than just child molestation? Penguin is a bird of reason.