Betrayal: Female Suspect Organise, Videotape Rape Session of Her Friend

  • BY EMMANUEL EDOM in Lagos•

A 23-years-old girl, Eniola Shittu and her boyfriend, David Peremobowe, are currently explaining to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit of the Ogun State Police Command, the motive behind their alleged plot leading to the rape of Eniola close friend (Names Withheld).

Eniola, who resides at Ikopa Tuntun Abiola-way Abeokuta, Ogun State, was on July 27, 2019, arrested for conspiring with her 31 years old boyfriend, David, to rape her close friend (Names Withheld).

The suspects were arrested following a report lodged by the victim at Obantoko Police Division, Ogun State.

According to the Police, the Victim had Complained that she was at home on 24th of July, 2019, at about 1:45 pm, when her friend Eniola, sent message to her on WhatsApp, emploring her to assist her to buy food and “skushis” and bring it to her boyfriend’s house, located at Somorin area of Obantoko, Abeokuta.

On getting there, the victim alleged that David offered her a bottle of beer, which she took.

However, immediately the victim finished drinking the beer, she allegedly became very weak, as a result of which David unlawfully had carnal knowledge of her.

While the said rape was going on, her friend Eniola was said to have used her phone to do the video recording of how the victim was being raped.

On the strength of the victims’ complaint, the Divisional Police Officer, Obantoko Division, SP Olasunkanmi Popoola, was said to have detailed his detectives to the boy’s house, where David and his girlfriend Eniola were promptly arrested and the Gionee Telephone handset with which the video coverage was made, was also recovered.

Meanwhile, the State Police Command Spokesman, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said in a press statement, that his Commissioner of Police,  CP Bashir Makama,  has ordered the transfer of the suspects to Anti-human trafficking and child labour unit of the State investigation and intelligence department,  for further investigation and possible prosecution.

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