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65-yr-old man, 60-yr-old brother allegedly rape teen stepdaughter, infect womb

A 65-year-old man, Waheed Kareem, has been arrested and is currently detained at the Oyo State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for allegedly sexually assaulting a 15-year-old girl.

Kareem, an indigene of Abeokuta in Ogun State, alongside his 60 years old younger brother, Rasheed (now at large), assaulted his step-daughter at Olude, Apata in Ibadan, Ido Local Government Area of Oyo.

It was further learnt that the teenager (name withheld), who is a JSS one student of a government-owned secondary school in the LGA, was earlier severely abused by her biological father from the age of two years old.

An impeccable source said the incident took several days before the case was eventually reported to the police.

Narrating her ordeal, the victim said she started experiencing sexual abuse at the age of two when her biological father started having carnal knowledge of her after her mother, Abiodun Kareem, moved out of her matrimonial home leaving her with her father. She added that the sexual assault continued till she was eight years.

She said it was easy for her father to carry out the vicious act because they were staying alone.

While explaining how the cat was let out of the bag, the victim said her maternal grandmother paid her an impromptu visit and she told her her ordeal for six years.

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The case was then reported at Isabo Police Station in Abeokuta, Ogun State and the father was arrested and kept in custody for four years awaiting trial but unfortunately died in prison.

Narrating her present predicament, she alleged that the 65-year-old stepfather, Kareem, continued from where her father stopped and always had sex with her weekly while his younger brother, Rasheed, popularly called Onaala had sex with her every day.

She said she did not inform her mother because the man was threatening to kill her alongside her mother hence the reason why she kept it secret since 2021.

It was further gathered that a neighbour noticed that she was having her menstrual flow for 16 days every month as against the normal three to five days.

This prompted her mother to take her to a private hospital where it was diagnosed that her womb had been infected.

Confirming the allegation, the 35-year-old mother of the victim, Abiodun, said she accosted her husband but had to keep mute as she had no financial means to take care of the three children ages six, four and two birthed for the man.

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We will arrest, prosecute Nigerians insulting people online – EFCC

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We will arrest, prosecute Nigerians insulting people online – EFCC

The Economic Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) says Nigerian youths “insulting people” on the internet risk imprisonment as they are committing crime.

The chief superintendent of the EFCC, CSE Daniel Nwaka, warned that social bullying and cyberstalking are crimes that could land an accused person in jail.

Nwaka issued the warning, according to a statement published by the EFCC on Tuesday, while speaking with students of Blossom Academy, Abuja, who visited the commission’s corporate headquarters on an excursion trip on June 6.

He also admonished youths against engaging in crime, especially cybercrime and Internet fraud as they are robbing innocent people of their hard-earned money.

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“Social bullying too is a crime; if you stalk anyone online, it is a crime; if you insult anybody on the internet, it is also a crime, and you will go to prison,” the statement said. It also warned students against examination malpractices and internet fraud.

It added, “These days, youths commit cybercrimes because of peer pressure, greed and poor upbringing, but for you, do not follow them because they steal from innocent people, and if you are caught, you will go to prison.”

The anti-graft agency chairman, represented by Chris Oluka, Head of Creative Communications, Assistant Commander of the EFCC, told the students on excursion that committing crimes has legal consequences.

Warning the youngsters against internet fraud, Mr Olukoyede said, “It is good that you know some of these things as crimes as you grow; we want to tell you that committing crimes has its repercussions. Nobody is too young to know about these things. As you go home, tell your parents that you went to EFCC, and they told you that corruption is a crime.”

We will arrest, prosecute Nigerians insulting people online – EFCC

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Gunmen kill two policemen in Imo

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Gunmen kill two policemen in Imo

Gunmen terrorising Nigeria’s south east region have killed two policemen in Imo State.

The police officers were gunned down after the assailants ran into them while they were on duty at Akabo, Ikeduru Local Government Area of the state.

A civilian was also shot during the attack that happened around past 6:00 am on Tuesday, a local familiar with the incident disclosed.

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“The policemen were on checkpoint when the gunmen attacked them. Two laid dead and another man was also shot.

“It happened few minutes past 6AM”, the source said.

The state Police Public Relations Officer, Henry Okoye, has not commented on the incident.

Last week, at least five soldiers were killed by gunmen in Abia States.

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Police rescue American citizen from jumping into Lagos Lagoon

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Police rescue American citizen from jumping into Lagos Lagoon

Operatives of the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) of the Police Command in Lagos State have rescued an American citizen from committing suicide on the Third Mainland Bridge.

RRS made this known in a post it shared on its official X handle, @rrsLagos767, on Monday.

It stated that the American citizen, name withheld was at 1.23 p.m. on Monday,  restrained from committing suicide on the bridge.

“The American, who is in his early 30s was driven to the Third Mainland Bridge by his Baby Mama in company of his daughter.

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“He directed the lady who was unaware of his motive to park somewhere while he walked to a spot for a leap into the Lagoon.

“A passerby who observed his movement quickly alerted patrolling RRS operatives who persuaded him from jumping, reunited him with his wife before taking them to RRS Headquarters in Alausa,” RRS stated.

It stated that the  RRS Commander, CSP Olayinka Egbeyemi, gave the man some advice.

“Egbeyemi, after advising the man and his family, directed that the case be transferred to Gender Department, Lagos police command for further counselling and necessary actions.”

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