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How Lagos father of 2 used Facebook to lure, rape and rob female victims

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The Lagos state Police Command has arrested a father of two, who
specializes in using social media platforms, particularly Facebook, to
lure gullible ladies to hotels, where he sedates, rapes and dispossesses
them of their valuables.

According to the Vanguard, the suspect,
Oluwole Falaseye, 30, uses the pseudo-name Nipheme Ajanaku, and poses
as an Abuja-based bank manager on Facebook.

Falaseye quickly gets acquainted with his target
victim, and after a while he organizes a meeting in a hotel in the
Amuwo-Odofin area of Lagos state.

He used this ploy to invite a
lady identified simply as Mercy for a birthday party in Opera Hotel, at
Rasaq Junction, Festac Town, last Friday.

However, Mercy, a
student at Auchi Polytechnic, Edo State, was unable to attend the
“party” in Lagos, so she told her cousin, Tinuke, an undergraduate at
The Polytechnic, Ibadan, Oyo State, to represent her.

Atinuke gave a description of what happened at the hotel.

“While
at the hotel room, he demanded for my ATM PIN, saying he wanted to
transfer N30,000 into my account. I was initially skeptical, but gave
him because he said he was a bank manager and that his boss owned the
hotel.

“He offered me an alcoholic drink, but I declined because I
don’t take alcoholic drinks. He offered me another, saying it was not
alcoholic. I took it. That was all I could remember until I woke up to
discover he raped me.

“I was bitter, because he is not my
boyfriend and I never bargained for such violation. He apologised and we
went downstairs for the supposed birthday. He later told me he was
going upstairs to see his boss.

“I waited endlessly without
seeing him. When I went to the room, I met the door opened, with the key
still with me. I was shocked.

“I discovered that my phones, a
Samsung Galaxy S6 and another small phone, my necklace, ATM card and my
wristwatch were gone. I went downstairs to inform the receptionists
about the development and also asked if they saw him leaving.

“They said they do not keep tab on their customers. I raised an alarm which attracted people.”

She also claimed that the suspect withdrew the sum of N172,000 from her account.

The
suspect thought he had escaped judgment, little did he know that a trap
was being set for him, as the girls planted her girl for him on
Facebook, that led to his arrest.

Falaseye, the suspect said it
was his first time he would perpetrate the act, and that the medical
bill of his daughter led him into it.

“This is my first time of
doing this. I sell shoes and suits and I travel round Nigeria to buy and
sell. But business has been bad and I didn’t have anybody to ask for
money to foot my three-year-old baby’s hospital bill.

“So I just figured out that I could meet the girl I have been chatting with and take her phone to sell. Yes I stole her items.

“I told her to wait in the bar, while I went to the room, took her items and fled. I sold her phone for N20,000.”

According to Lagos State Commissioner for Police, Fatai Owoseni, the suspect would have his day in court soon.

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