SHOCKER!!! Drama As Father & Rape Victim Disappear In Court
Naa Ayorkor Laryea
Jun. 24, 2020
Drama reportedly hit a court room as 17-year-old girl who was ganged raped and her father ran away just before the judge pronounced judgement at an Ilorin Magistrate Court, Kwara in Nigeria.
According to reports , the victim appeared before court to testify against her cousin one Omotosho Yahaya, and two others who allegedly conspired to abuse her s*xually.
Meanwhile, Police First Information Report (FIR) revealed that the first defendant, (Yahaya) allegedly lured her cousin to his friend’s house; Mustapha Ridwan and Mustapha Ahmed where they committed the crime.
As proceedings was on going , the victim’s father suddenly ran out of court and jumped on a standby motorcycle with his daughter and zoomed off.
Security officers around immediately zoomed to action as they chased the duo but they where not traceable.
The Director of Child, Ministry of Women Affairs, Mariam Yusuf, who was watching with the members of the International Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA), said the duo will surely be arrested before the next adjourned date.
“The rape case was reported in our office yesterday and we joined them in court today, but, when we interrogated the victim, we suspected she had been intimidated and threatened to turn the story around.
She said she was not actually raped but molested, that in a bid to revenge the assault, she lied against the culprits.
The action established the fact that she was raped but doesn’t want to tell the truth.
FIDA has taken it up; the father will be arrested and definitely, he will be able to produce the victim,’’ she said.
The case has been adjourned to June 29 hopefully the victim will be located by then .
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