A randy father, identified as Sunday Ben, who resident at Aka Itiam Etoi in Uyo Local Government Area of Akwa Ibom State has been arrested by the police for allegedly raping his six-year-old biological daughter
Penpushing reports that the Commissioner of Police Olatoye Durosinmi, made this known to journalists on Wednesday, adding that the suspect was arrested on 31 July, 2023 after the incident was reported to the police,
‘Suspect had earlier gone to carry the victim from the mother to his house. Unfortunately, the next day when he returned her, she was found with blood stains and injuries on her private part. She was taken for a medical examination which confirmed the obvious’, Durosinmi said.
Penpushing further reports that the police boss while briefing journalists on the achievements of the command in Akwa Ibom for the months of July and August, disclosed that the police on 1 July 2023, arrested a 29-year-old Bright Nwoke, a resident of Eket Local Government Area of the state, for allegedly raping a 10-year-old girl,
The Commissioner said the and that suspect confessed that he sent the girl’s younger brother out to buy a recharge card before he grabbed her into a room, used his palm to cover her mouth to prevent her from screaming for help.
Penpushing also reports that Durosinmi in similar development said the police, on 9 August 2023, arrested a suspected child trafficker, Peace Paul from Obot Akara Local Government Area of the state, for allegedly kidnapping two children, aged five and three years, in May, 2023.
The Commissioner of Police said the suspect sold the two children to Mary Eunice in Aba, Abia State who in turn sold them to Bella Uko in Asaba, Delta State, stressing that similarly, Alayodi Paul Onyekwere of Abroma, Rivers State was arrested for stealing an 11-year-old daughter of Emmanuel Macauley Daniel of Ikot Ikot Village in Obot Akara local government area.
‘Suspect alleged to have been sent by her grandmother to steal the child which she led operatives to recover from Rivers State. The children are here today and will be reunited with their families,” he added.
Penpushing reports that the Commissioner in same vein, said suspected oil thieves and kidnappers have also been arrested between July and August in the state, adding that the suspects will have their days in court.
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