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It Was My First Time With Her – 50-Year-Old Man Confesses To Raping His Daughter In Ogun

 

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The Ajuwon Division of the Nigeria Police Force in Ogun State is reportedly having the custody of a 50-year-old man who allegedly drugged and raped his daughter, Naija News reports.

The suspect, Olukayode Joseph, was reportedly arrested by operatives of the Ogun So-Safe Corps for s3xually violating his 14-year-old daughter after sedating her with drugs.

Joseph according to reports, had turned his daughter into s3x machine as he had repeatedly violated her.

Narrating the arrest of the suspect, the So-Safe Corps spokesman, Moruf Yusuf, in a statement on Friday morning said the agency got a distress call that Joseph a resident of Akinbo Phase 2, Opposite Ola Fatia House, Olambe in Ifo Local Government Area of the State, had allegedly had carnal knowledge of his biological daughter.

Yusuf disclosed that the State Commander, Soji Ganzallo, upon getting informed of the situation, directed the Divisional Officer of the Corps in Oke-Aro/Olambe, SC Akeem Olaiya, to go after the suspect with immediate effect.

He added that the Agbado Area Command also mobilised more men to the scene to protect the alleged rapist against jungle justice.

“During preliminary investigation, the suspect confessed to the crime, and pleaded for mercy after realising that there is nowhere to hide his secret deals with his innocent daughter,” Yusuf said.

The victim whose identity was not revealed for security reasons, reportedly accused her father of serially sleeping with her after sedating her with drugs.

“I only used to notice white discharges from my private part,” The PUNCH quoted the victim as saying.

When interrogated, however, the father denied sedating his daughter before sleeping with her, saying it was his first time having sex with her.

Yusuf said the suspect and the victim had been transferred to the Ajuwon Police Division for further investigations, Naija News reports.