Online Predators: 5 Arrested For Luring And Raping Teenage Girls

Online Predators: 5 Arrested For Luring And Raping Teenage Girls
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Five men have been arrested by the police in Ondo State for allegedly raping two female teenagers at the Odo side area of Ondo town, Ondo State.

Mr. Femi Joseph, the State Police Command spokesperson confirmed the incident disclosing that the suspects tortured and raped the victims during which they recorded the scene in a video and posted it on the internet.

He said, the suspects were arrested following a complaint lodged at the police station by one of the victim’s relative.

The police gave the names of the suspects as Bode Akinsiku, Olabanji Femi, Abiodun Ayodele, Fadairo Wahab and Adedayo Adebayo.

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Narrating their ordeals, the girls said they were actually four teenagers in number and were invited by one of the suspects to his house, in pretense that he wants to celebrate his daughter’s birthday but the other two girls escaped from the scene.

“They stripped us naked and seized all our clothes; they recorded the video after all of them had had sexual intercourse with us one after another. They equally threatened to take us to the street naked. We cried and begged them to allow us to go after they had raped us.

“They lured us to the area around 11.30am; they held us hostage for several hours. They later fetched water for us and allowed us to take our bath; they bought rice for us to eat and freed us in the evening. We reported the matter to one of my brothers, who vowed to get the video and report the matter to the police.

“Though some of the families of the suspects have been begging us and promised to pay us money, my brother managed to get the video and reported the matter to the police,” one of the victims narrated.

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The Police Spokesperson described the act as barbaric adding that the suspects would face the full wrath of the law for the alleged offence, describing it as barbaric.

“Definitely, the suspects will not go unpunished; they will be charged to court. But right now they are still in our custody,” He said.

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