Justice Sybil Nwaka of the Sexual Offences and Domestic Violence Court, yesterday through a video clip, heard how a two years, 11-month old pupil of a popular private school in Lagos was defiled by the school’s Supervisor. The video recording was played during the testimony of Miss Olive Ogedengbe in the criminal trial of Adegboyega Adenekan, 47, a Supervisor of the school. In the proceedings, which lasted for almost five hours, the witness, who is a clinical psychologist, narrated to the court how the defilement was carried out by the Supervisor. The video recording depicted the child in the clinical psychologist’s office on November 28, 2016, answering questions about the alleged defilement from Ogedengbe and her colleague. The video In the recording, the child was given a sheet of paper and asked to draw Adenekan’s private part, which she did as well as another image, saying “that is the hand he used to put in my wee wee.” Ogedengbe, querying the child further, asked: “Where is Mr. Adenekan’s wee wee?” The child pointed to her private area. Ogedengbe: Does he put his wee wee in your wee wee?” The child: Yes. The girl, as seen in the video, then used a teddy bear to show how the supervisor allegedly sexually abused her friend (name withheld); she is seen kissing the private region of the teddy bear and saying “Your bum bum is delicious, your bum bum is sweet, I will eat your bum bum.” Meanwhile, Justice Sybil Nwaka has adjourned the case till March 21 for continuation of trial. Testimony Before the video recording was played in the courtroom, Ogedengbe, in her testimony while being led by Mr. Jide Boye, the Chief State Counsel, narrated to the court what had previously transpired during her interaction with the child. She said: “The mother came into my office with a referral letter from Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team, DSVRT, narrated the story and started crying. “She (the mother) said she did not know the reason why this was happening to her and that she was usually over-protective of her children and follows them everywhere, except school. “She said somebody in her church handed her a book on sexual education for children, which she read and decided to practice it on her child. “That was when the child disclosed that she has been defiled. The child told her mother that Mr. Adenekan comes to take her out of the class and shows her some videos that are sexually stimulating. “She pleaded with us to help her child. I carried out an independent psychological evaluation on the child; I asked the mother to sit at the corner of the room and my colleague and I interacted with the child.” The child’s revelation She continued: “We did not directly start interrogating the child as that was against the ethics of our profession. “We started an initial interaction with the child to make her relax. When we had gained her trust, she was in a happy frame of mind. I then asked the child ‘who touched your wee wee?’ She repeated ‘Mr Adenekan’ several times. “I was shocked because I did not expect it from a child her age. I brought out my assessment sheet and I told the child to draw any person that comes to her mind. “She restlessly started jumping around, saying “Mr. Adenekan is on my mind.’ We got her to settle down, but she continued talking without drawing yet. “She said ‘Mr. Adenekan said it is good for a child to put her wee wee in Mr. Adenekan’s wee wee.’ At that point, we decided to do a recording to ensure her story remains consistent. “We asked her how Mr. Adenekan’s wee wee looks like and she demonstrated playfully by pointing her finger upwards, saying ‘sharpener’.