A sad story of a 13year old girl , On Wednesday, 14 October alleged that her aunt’s husband play porn videos for her then rape her afterward.
She alleged that he sexually abuse her and promise killing her if she say anything to a single soul,he does it in his shop and in their apartment on Surulere Road, Ojo district of Lagos.
The discovery followed the detention by Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps Unit NSCDC, Lagos State Command, Monday, October 12 the 48-year-old perpetrator Mr Charles Ekwe, whom the survivor refers to as ‘Daddy’
Since she was nine years old, following her father’s death, her adolescent lives with her aunt.
She reported that while her aunt was not visible, the perpetrator invaded her aggressively.
“Each time daddy wanted to do it, he would show me blue film (pornography) in his phone.
“He did it many times. I cannot count the number of times he did it. I was scared to report to my aunty because Daddy threatened to chase me out of the house and kill me if I did.”
The girl’s aunt, Ms. Blessing Ekwe, considered the teenager not pleasant and asked the girl about it.
During an investigation, the teen confirm how her uncle supposedly had sexually assaulted her.
It is said that Mrs. Eke took the teenager to the hospital where her hymen was confirmed broken by a medical test.
During interrogation, the suspect told NSCDC operatives that he only fondled the girl’s genitals. He also admitted subjecting her to watching pornography on his phone.
The NSCDC Lagos State Commandant.
Mr Ayeni Paul, while addressing journalists, said:
“The sexual abuse suspect will face the full wrath of the law and will be handed over to the appropriate agency for further investigation and prosecution.
“This is a heinous crime and all perpetrators of such, when caught, will be made to pay dearly.”
He also said the
”the gender-based unit of the Corps saddled with the responsibility of handling rape, domestic violence, sexual assault and defilement, as well as child abuse cases, has well-trained officers to handle such cases.”
Therefore, he directed members of the public to always send these kind of cases to the command.