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Court Arraigns Man For Defiling His Friend’s Daughters

Posted by Amarachi on Mon 11th Apr, 2022 - tori.ng

According to reports, the suspects claimed it was the devil that made him commit such heinous act.

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Court Arraigns Man For Defiling His Friend’s Daughters

A man identified as Louis Ikechukwu has been arraigned before an Ikeja Domestic Violence and Sexual Offences Court for allegedly having unlawful carnal knowledge of two underage daughters of his friend.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reported that the ages of the survivors whom Ikechukwu allegedly defiled were 10 and 12 years respectively.

Odion, while being led in evidence by Counsel to the state, Ms A.R. Abolade, said the father of the survivors, reported the case of defilement on Dec. 22, 2018, at Owutu Police Station in Ikorodu.

The witness said the nominal complainant told her that the defendant was his very close friend and attended the same church (Lords Chosen Church).

She said the complainant told her that the defendant came to his house in his absence and defiled two of his daughters, aged 10 and 12 years.

“After the case was reported, I gave them papers to write down their statements in English language. I also gave them medical papers to go to the general hospital for proper examination.

“The defendant was arrested on Feb. 8 2019 with the help of the community and his landlord. He did not deny the allegation as he said it was the devil that came over him.

“He said a woman laid a curse on him that whenever the urge comes, he cannot control himself.

“He confessed to having slept with the survivors one after the other and added that he ran away to his village after the case was reported to their pastor.

“The defendant went to the survivors’ father’s house to seek forgiveness after he heard that the police were looking for him,
” she said.

The witness said according to the defendant, the father was ready to forgive him but the mother of the survivors objected.

Justice Abiola Soladoye adjourned the case until June 21 for the continuation of trial.
 



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