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Mother in tears as her daughter, 4, narrates how she was raped by school teacher (video)


A four-year-old nursery pupil has recounted how her uncle in school took her innocence and raped her repeatedly while in school.

The video which recently surfaced on the internet shows the little girl narrating her sad encounter with the rapist identified as Elias.

The four-year-old revealed how her school uncle, Elias usually assaulted her whenever she got to school, and how he manhandles her private part.

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The mother of the rape victim, identified as Ayele Esther also shared details of her daughter’s encounter — she shared how her daughter sustained injuries on her private part due to the sexual assault.

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Esther who broke into tears while narrating the ordeal of her daughter mentioned that the uncle usually lures her daughter with packets of sweets, and after raping her, he will warn her to keep quiet about the incident.

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Social media users who saw this video have also advised mothers to be extra vigilant when it comes to their girl-child.

Watch the heart-rending video below;



Ogun: Traditional worshipers, Islamic leaders clash over ownership of corpse



There was a community clash by some traditional worshipers and Islamic leaders on Tuesday over the ownership of the corpse of a man who committed suicide in the Sagamu area of Ogun state.

The deceased, Muhammed Jamiu, an electrician and father of one, reportedly killed himself in his room on Yakubu Habibu Street, Agura, Sabo, Sagamu, on Monday night.

According to the PUNCH, although the deceased was a Muslim, some traditionalists attempted to take possession of his remains shortly after the news filtered out.

The traditionalists reportedly insisted that a ritual must be performed to avoid any repercussion of the death in the area.

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The Imam of Aduragbemi Mosque in Agura Sabo, where the deceased prayed before his death, Nurain Ilyas, said his members were shocked by Jamiu’s death.

He noted that they became more worried when the traditional worshipers attempted to take over his corpse.

Ilyas said,

“His name is Muhammadu Jamiu. He was 32 years of age. He was an electrician. He was married with one kid, but divorced many years ago. He was an easygoing person. He used to pray in my mosque and I always admonished him to make his faith stronger. I think he hanged himself.

“The police came to inspect the scene after it happened on Monday night.”

Ilyas said no suicide note was found around the scene of the incident.

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On the clash between the two religious groups, another Islamic leader, Imam Sonubi Dauda, said the matter was later taken to the palace of the traditional ruler in the area.

According to him, representatives of the traditional worshipers requested contributions for a ritual to be performed.

“They asked for about N150,000 before they reduced it to N25,000; but we refused and did not give them a dime.

“We collected the key to the room where the man hanged himself from them. I don’t know their problem since the police had ordered that the corpse should be buried,” he added.

Dauda said the man was later buried according to Islamic rites.

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Bandits kill army officer, abduct mother and wife



Suspected bandits have reportedly shot dead an army officer attached to the 353 Artillery Regiment, Ojo Barracks, Lagos along the Okene-Lokoja highway on Sunday.

Newsmen learnt that the army captain identified as Capt. GSM Abubakar with army number N/13600 was travelling in his Honda Accord car when he ran into a blockade mounted by the armed bandits.

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According to an unconfirmed source, Abubakar was travelling from Lagos to the Armed Forces Command and Staff College in Jaji, Kaduna State to participate in 2020 junior officers course.

The source disclosed that the army captain was in the company of his wife and mother when the incident happened.

According to the report, the bandits opened fire on the officer who was dressed in mufti, killing him on the spot and his wife and mother were thereafter abducted.

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It was also learnt that other officers travelling in other vehicles behind him narrowly escaped the attack and reportedly manoeuvred their ways and sped away from the scene.

The officer’s remains moved to the Federal Medical Centre (FMC) Lokoja were on Tuesday claimed by the family for burial in his hometown, in Niger State.

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Man, 29, allegedly rapes mentally-challenged woman in Ekiti




A 29-year old man has been remanded at a correctional centre by a court in Ado-Ekiti, the Ekiti state capital over the alleged rape of a mentally-challenged woman.

Police prosecutor Monica Ikebuilo told the court that the suspect identified as Olaleye Ayo lured a mentally-challenged woman into a room in Ado-Ekiti and raped her on June 29.

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The defendant’s plea was not taken.

Chief Magistrate, Mrs Adefumike Anoma, ordered that the defendant be remanded at a correctional centre pending legal advice.

She adjourned the case until Aug. 12, for mention.

A clinical psychologist, Dr Muhammoud Dan-Asabe, of Federal University, Gashua, Yobe State has urged the federal government set up clinical psychology centres across the country to tackle social challenges that cannot be treated medically.

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Clinical psychologists identify emotional and mental behaviour through observation, interviews and tests with a view to diagnosing existing or potential disorders.

Dan-Asabe made the call in an interview with newsmen in Bauchi on Tuesday, saying recent developments have necessitated checks on people’s mentality.

He said,

“The rampant instances of rape have caused abnormal sexual behaviour which a normal and sensible human cannot indulge in. Those who indulge in rape and drug abuse need to undergo psychometric tests; their thinking capacities need to be tested.”


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