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Child sex trafficker Osezua Osolase pocketed £80,000 using juju magic to trick girls into slavery but must pay just £8

03 May 2014
by Paul Hooper

A Northfleet  security guard – who pocketed £80,000 by trading in child sex slaves – will have to repay... just £8.38!

And Osezua Osolase, 43, who is serving a 20-year jail sentence has also been given eight weeks to arrange for the bank transfer.

He had been convicted at Canterbury Crown Court last year on five counts of trafficking young girls, rape and sexual activity with a child using juju magic.

Osezua Osolase, of Beaumont Drive, was convicted of five counts of trafficking for sexual purposes, raping one of his victims and having sexual activity with a child.

Osezua Osolase, of Beaumont Drive, was convicted of five counts of trafficking for sexual purposes, raping one of his victims and having sexual activity with a child.



An investigation was then begun under the Proceeds Of Crime Act to seize his assets – but investigators could only find £8.38 in a bank account.

Osolase, of Beaumont Drive, was estimated to have made £80,000 from his scheme to exploit vulnerable young girls.

Judge Adele Williams also ordered his Iphone, iPad and camera which to be destroyed by police.

Osolase, who appeared for the five minute hearing, was told he had eight weeks to transfer the cash or face another five days in prison in default.

It was revealed after the trial that years earlier the slave trader had confessed to being HIV positive.

Osezua Osolase is caught on camera trafficking a girl at Stansted airport

Osezua Osolase is caught on camera trafficking a girl at Stansted airport

The house in Beaumont Drive where Osezua Osolase lived

The house in Beaumont Drive where Osezua Osolase lived



Judge Williams told him: "You were dealing in exploitation and misery and degradation.

"You were dealing in exploitation and misery and degradation" - Judge Adele Williams

"You have been convicted on clear and compelling evidence of trafficking two girls in and out of the UK."

The Nigerian girls – aged 14 and 16 – had given evidence during the six-week trial, telling how they had been lured by Osolase of a better life in Britain.

A third victim, aged 17, had revealed how she had been trafficked out of the UK.

The judge said the former guard at a trendy London fashion shop had used juju magic to ensure their obedience and silence.

He had terrified the young orphan girls into believing they could die if they ever revealed they were being shipped out to Italy and Spain to work as prostitutes.

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