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These shameless Night Guards kidnapped & gang-raped a teenage virgin till day break

A 16-year-old girl has been hospitalized after three night guards abducted and gang-raped her till day break.

The
victim lost her virginity in the process and was taken to a General
Hospital where she is receiving treatment for the injuries she sustained
in her private part.

The incident happened on 20 February, 2016
at Tedi town in Ojo on the outskirts of Lagos State, western Nigeria,
where the victim lives with her parents and where the suspects were
employed as night guards.

Following the dastardly act, the police
in Ojo division arrested two out of the three suspects and charged them
before Ojo Magistrates’ Court with conspiracy and unlawful carnal
knowledge of the victim.
The two arrested suspects are Ugo Onuora and Bright Anaenyewu, while the third suspect is now on the run.

The
victim’s ordeal started when she took a ride on a commercial motorcycle
popularly known as Okada while returning to her parents’ home at about 9
p.m.

The suspects who had resumed work on that day flagged down
the motorcycle rider, discharged the rider and ordered the victim to
follow them to where they used as their office.

They forced her to pull off her clothes and warned her not to scream otherwise they would kill her.
The victim obeyed out of fear and they raped her in turns till early morning when they allowed her to go.

When
the victim returned to her house, her parents and their neighbours who
were already searching for her asked her what happened and she narrated
her odeal with blood still streaming from her private part.
The matter was reported to the police who took her to a hospital and went after the suspects.

Onuora and Anaenyewu were eventually arrested and taken to court on Monday.
When they were arraigned, they pleaded not guilty.

The presiding Magistrate, Mr A. A. Paul granted the suspects bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.
The
court also ordered that the sureties must pay N100,000 into Chief
Registrar’s account pending the determination of the case and evidence
of tax payment.
The suspects were remanded in prison custody at Kirikiri pending when they will perfect their bail.

The matter was adjourned till 26 April, 2016.

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