By Evelyn Usman
One other Junior Secondary Faculty 3 pupil has been ganged-raped in Egan, Igando space of Lagos, over the weekend.
This occurred barely one week after an 11-year-old woman, who was despatched on an errand was gang-raped to demise in Ejigbo space of Lagos, along with her assailants nonetheless on the run.
At press time, the JSS 3 pupil, as gathered, has had her virginal stitched at an undisclosed personal hospital as a result of tear she sustained, which resulted in bleeding.
Info at Vanguard’s disposal revealed that she was lured from her dad and mom’ home on Oremeji Avenue, off Isuti Highway, by one of many suspects recognized as Toheeb Mustapha, to The Cool Tervan Resort, three buildings away from her home.
She was mentioned to have been sneaked into one of many lodge rooms, the place Toheeb, popularly referred to as Sir Small and his fleeing associate, took turns to have her till she began bleeding profusely.
Nonetheless, whereas taking her again to her dad and mom’ home, some curious residents who noticed the woman bleeding, concluded the strangers might have used her for cash rituals, thereby elevating the alarm which alerted residents.
Toheeb was apprehended by residents whereas his associate managed to flee. He was on the verge of being lynched when policemen from Igando division stormed the world and rescued him.
Among the residents who accused the suspects of partaking within the act for lengthy , mentioned the fleeing suspect whose id was given merely as Sunkanmi alias G33, had booked the room since final Monday, ready for the handy time to hold out the sinister motive.
One of many residents, Kafaru Mukaila, who spoke with Vanguard, mentioned “once we apprehended the suspect, he mentioned he was an auto mechanic and that he knew woman at Russel Grammar faculty, in yr 2018 , the place he graduated from. He mentioned he collected the sufferer’s cellphone quantity from her class mate and had been charting along with her on fb, clarifying nevertheless, that it was not achieved for ritual function “.