3 security men brutally raped 16 years old girl till day break


Two night security men, Ugo Onuora and Bright Anaenyewu, have been arrested after the abducted a 16-year-old girl gang-raped her » throughout the night, while the suspect is currently on the run.

The victim is said to be currently in the hospital after undergoing the harrowing experience in the hand of the evil men who, apart from taking away her virginity in the most cruel way, inflicted serious injuries on her.

It was gathered that Onuora and Anaenyewu kidnapped the girl on February 20, 2016, at Tedi town in Ojo area of Lagos State, where they were employed as night guards, took her to an uncompleted building where they took turns to defile her » till the break of dawn.

It was learnt that girl was returning to her parents home at about 9pm that night on a commercial motorcycle, when the suspects who had resumed work for the day, flagged down the motorcycle, discharged the rider and ordered the victim to follow them to where they had their office.

On getting there, it turned out to be an uncompleted building where they forced the girl to pull off her clothes while threatening that they would kill her if she screamed. The terrified girl was said to have cooperated with the men who went ahead to rape her in turn.

In the morning, after the gruesome ordeal, they suspects released the girl who was found by her parents and neighbours who had spent the whole night searching for her and when asked where she was, she narrated her ordeal to her family with blood still streaming from her private part.

The matter was reported to the police who took her to a hospital and went after the suspects and arrested two of them and charged to court.

They were arraigned before the Ojo Magistrates’ Court charged with conspiracy and unlawful carnal knowledge of the victim.

When the charges were read to them, the suspects pleaded not guilty and the presiding Magistrate, Mr A. A. Paul , granted them bail in the sum of N200,000, with two sureties in like sum.

Paul, however, ordered that they be remanded in prison custody at the Kirikiri Minimum Prison pending when they will perfect their bail while the case was adjourned till April 26, 2016.



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