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A Nigerian footballer was condemned to 3yrs Detainment for beating a woman in UK




A Nigerian footballer who propelled an assault on a lady outside a club in Clapham in the Assembled Kingdom on New Year's Eve has been condemned to 32 months in jail. 

On Monday, Andrew Akingbaje, 24, was imprisoned at Internal London Crown Court for the vicious ambush. On New Year's Eve, Krystal Misson and her two female companions were outside Lotus Bar in Clapham. 

Akingbaje, who up until that point had not been known to the gathering, assaulted Ms. Misson, punching her multiple times and hauling her along the ground by her hair. 

A subsequent assault followed in which he hit Ms. Misson more than once in the face and body, making her tumble to the ground. This subsequent assault was taped by a companion of hers and was posted via web-based networking media, prompting Akingbaje's ensuing capture. 

The footballer, who has recently served jail sentences for shocking substantial damage (GBH) against another lady and medications offenses, will presently come back to jail and serve a further term.

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