Dr. C. Nelson Oniyama, Manager of Monrovia Breweries, has been fanning off what he considers attempts to taint and injure his reputation over sexual abuse allegations. But the more he makes effort to seek vindication the more the allegation stare in his face as the purported victim is not letting her rights and emotions in the matter shrugged off. Even while Dr. Oniyama has resorted to court action, the alleged victim, Almaza Jalloh, is frantically fighting back, making her case or ordeal more penetrating in the public space. As The Analyst reports, Ms Jalloh is taking refuge with pro-women institutions explaining that despite the lawsuit against her, she wanted the wide world knows that threats and manipulations have been at play.
Moments after The Analyst and perhaps other media outlets have lifted expressions of disgust and consternation by Beer Factory Manager Dr. C. Nelson Oniyama as heaped on him by a lady known as Almaza Jalloh, the alleged victim has reached out to the Ministry of Gender and Social Protection, giving rather graphic details of what had transpired between her and Oniyama culminating into lawsuit.
In a letter to Minister Williametta Saydee Piso-Tarr, Ms Almaza Jalloh wrote: “First of all Minister Tarr, I didn’t had any relationship with Dr. Oniyama as claim by his lawyer. I was raped by Dr. Oniyama and due to intimidations and threats from Dr. Oniyama I was afraid to speak out and only requested a DNA test to get justice.”
In a press statement on February 18, 2019, Dr. C. Nelson Oniyama asserted that he was “constrained to publicly set the record straight in the wake of a mounting smear against him led by the mother of two purported children of his.”
“The smear campaign which is being popularized in the media is merely intended to blackmail him, injure his good name and business reputation and bring him into public ridicule and disgrace,” he said. “However, Dr. Oniyama has vowed to seek legal remedy against Ms. Almaz Kadiatu Jalloh for this wrong in the court of competent jurisdiction.”
And the corporate guru did indeed seek legal address.
But the lady for his pestering him with allegations of rape and death threats if she revealed their relation has taken some time to explain to the Minister of Gender and Social Protection how she thinks it all started.
She wrote: “Dr. Oniyama did everything possible to stop me from getting justice both financial, moral, intimidation and manipulation tactic. And to correct you Mr. Lansanah, Dr. Nelson Oniyama did the first DNA test in 2014 through the Medline Clinic which the samples were collected by one Alphonso Payne and was sent to DDC by the same Alphonso according to him and it took almost two months for that result to arrive, when the result finally came it was negative.
“And this test was sponsored and clinic recommended by Dr. Oniyama in fact this Alphonso is his family doctor. And the new Medline clinic which was opened opposite the old one whose services to the public is to provide DNA testing was as a result of an agreement between them and Dr. Oniyama to manipulate the DNA result and in return open this DNA center.”
But she said he rejected the result considering the situation surrounding it, and requested another DNA test be ordered, that was how we ordered for a new test in 2015 again sponsored by Dr. Oniyama . This time the test took only one week plus and it was positive.
Ms. Jalloh further said: “So I wanted to used it as a proof in seeking justice but was again manipulated and threatened by Dr. Oniyama, so I accepted his request to do another DNA test in Nigeria in 2016. As God could have it when the result of the test from Nigeria came it was a clear indication of manipulated dna because the DNA markers of Ann- Marie was completely different and that test also indicated that I was not the mother which is impossible.
“And with regards to the three DNA test which was done in 2014, 2015 and 2016 all those three tests were all completely different which is strange because it’s the same individual that were been tested at a given time. The result should have been consistent since every human have a unique DNA that cannot change. Please find in attachment copies of those DNA reports. Kindly look at the numbers for the child in all the three various test and compared it with each other and you will see that it does not match. In simple words Dr. Oniyama is trying to say that my daughter have three DNA instead of one.”
Ms Jalloh said with regards to the second child, “Frederic my son, was as a result of Dr. Oniyama constant threats and intimidations that if I inform anyone that he was raping me that I and my family was never going to live and tell the story, so I live with the pains of been rape over and over again.”
“Having sex with women without her consent Mr. Lansanah is rape and your client rape me and those innocent children are the product of that rape,” she asserted emphatically, adding, “As a result of Dr. Oniyama constant threats and intimations towards my life and that of my family was the reason why he succeeded in raping me over and over again.”
The lady continued: “Whenever he asked that I see him in the pretends that he wanted to show me how sorry he was for his several sexual abuse on me it was all a scam but always wanted a way to drugged me and have sex with me and that was the result of my second child and I couldn’t say that to anyone for fear of my life and that of my family. Even during the pregnancy of my second child Dr. Oniyama wanted to rape me like he did during the first child, when I was constantly bleeding as a result of his constant drugging me and raping me while I was pregnant.
“And Mr. Lansana for the records if I was seeking financial or material gain I could have accepted when Dr. Oniyama first raped me and asked that I abort the pregnancy in return he will do whatever I wanted or I could have accepted to be his mistress or even agree to be his second wife but “NO” all I wanted is justice and a precedent to be set against this evil culture of rape in our country.”
Meanwhile, Dr. C. Nelson Oniyama has filed an Action of DAMAGES FOR WRONG DEFAMATION with the Civil Law Court in Monrovia against Almaza Jalloh otherwise known as Kadiatu Antri of the Kingdom of Belgium, first defendant, and Courage Boyonnoh Sundberg of Skinnnarasvaagen at Sollentuna, in Sweden, Second Defendant, demanding a monetary award of less than US$5 million to be determined, sufficient for indemnity and to compensate plaintiff Oniyama for the tremendous damage and injuries to Plaintiff’s character, professional and business reputation.
The Liberian businessman filed with the Action of Damages for Wrong Defamation against Almaza Jalloh in which case he is represented by the Sherman & Sherman, Inc.
Dr. Oniyama who is the General Manager of the Monrovia Breweries, a local beer production company on the Bushrod Island, said he and First Defendant Almaza Jalloh entered consensual relationship in 2013 at which time the both took the appropriate steps to ensure that each party was protected during periods of intimacy.
Despite the protective measures taken during intimacy and to the utter dismay, shock and surprise of plaintiff, the same 2013, first defendant Jalloh told plaintiff that she had been impregnated by him and was carrying the plaintiff’s child, a court document in possession of this paper said.
Dr. Oniyama, the plaintiff in the suite, told the court that although that at no time he and Ms. Jalloh unprotected during intimacy, he accepted responsibility for the pregnancy and thereupon started providing support for the pregnancy and the child was subsequently was begotten. Court records said Plaintiff admitted accepting responsibility for the pregnancy and the child premised upon his cultural values, respect for women, upbringing and decency which such mistakes were possible even in the face of the utmost care.