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Ogun police arrest man for alleged rape and blackmail of 16-year-old girl he met on Facebook

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A 25-year-old man recognized as Ebenezer Adeshina has been arrested by males of Ogun state police command for alleged rape and blackmail of a 16 yr outdated lady (title withheld).

The suspect was arrested on Might 6 following a report lodged at Owode Egbado divisional headquarters by the sufferer, who acknowledged that she met the suspect on Fb someday in 2021, they usually started chatting.

The sufferer informed the police that her cellphone bought spoilt alongside the road, ao she might not chat with the suspect. Nonetheless, within the month of March this yr, the suspect known as her and requested why she did not chat with him anymore, of which she knowledgeable him of her spoilt cellphone.

 

She stated the suspect then requested her to return to his home to gather the sum of three thousand naira for the restore of the cellphone. On getting there, she stated the suspect supplied her a drink which she took unknown to her that the drink had been laced with a sedative drug.

She stated instantly after she took the drink, she grew to become unconscious and the suspect used the chance to have illegal carnal information of her in opposition to her want. After having intercourse together with her in a state of unconsciousness, she stated the suspect took her nude footage and began threatening to add the photographs on social media if she did not pay him the sum of fifty thousand naira.

 

Confirming the incident, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, spokesperson of the state police command stated upon the report, the DPO Owode Egbado division, CSP Muhammad S Baba, detailed his detectives to go after the suspect. He stated the suspect was finally apprehended and he has confessed to the fee of the crime.

Abimbola added that the commissioner of police, CP Lanre Bankole, has ordered the instant switch of the suspect to the anti-human trafficking and baby labor unit of the state legal investigation and intelligence division for additional investigation and potential prosecution.

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