Tuesday, 11 March 2014

Female Student Abducted, Deflowered And Rápèd For Days By Driver In Lagos

The State Criminal Investigation Department, SCID, has arraigned a 28yrs old man, Gbenga Asaye, before a Lagos State Magistrate’s Court for allegedly abducting and raping a female student of Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education. The police said the incident happened at the Agege area of the state.
The 18yrs old girl had left her mother’s shop on January 21, 2014, heading to school, but had transportation challenge due to lack of money.
Unfortunately for her, she met Gbenga Asaye, a family friend, on the road. The guy promised to assist her with money and take her back to school in his vehicle... Gbenga, an Ogun State indigene, was said to have, however, taken the student to his house in Agege where he forcefully had carnal knowledge of her.Sadly, she who was a virgin before the encounter. The victim was said to have been abducted by Gbenga for 21 days and he kept "doing it" for the 21 days. The girl couldn't escape as could not muster the courage of telling her parents she had been deflowered.
The mother was said to have reported a case of missing person at the Pen Cinema Police Station, after which enquires about the whereabouts of the girl led to the arrest of Gbenga Asaye. He was arraigned on Monday before an Ebute Meta Magistrate’s Court on one count of abduction. The charge reads, “That you, Gbenga Asaye, on January 21, 2014, at 3, Enimature Street, off Oyemekun Street, Agege Lagos in the Lagos Magisterial District, did abduct one (name witheld), aged 18 years for the purpose of séxual intercourse and held her against her consent until February 10, 2014.”
Surprisingly, the guy pleaded not guilty to the charge. His lawyer, Gbolahan Samuel, applied for the bail of the his client, Gbenga Asaye, in liberal terms. In the words of the lawyer: “My Lord, this is not a case of abduction as it has been made to look on the charge sheet. It is a case of boyfriend and girlfriend.”
The magistrate, Ms Y.B. Badejo-Okusanya, granted him bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties. And the matter was adjourned till March 31, 2014 for mention.

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