Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Robber rapes pregnant woman!!!!

A 20 year old robbery gang member Seyi Lawson who specializes in raping female victims of the gang operation has been arrested by the Ogun State Police Command, and currently singing like Kennery birds in detention

The suspect, who is a secondary school dropout now in custody at the Eleweran Police Headquarters, Abeokuta, was identified as part of a robbery gang terrorizing innocent residents of both Ogun and Ondo States.

It was reliably gathered that, nemesis caught up with him after raping a housewife with 2 months pregnancy, when his gang invaded the home of their victim Adekola Ibrahim in Abiade village in Abigi area of Ogun State.

 The gang having robbed the household the sum of N138, 000 and three mobile phones, the sex addicted suspect added a new dimension to the operation as he mounted on the woman and had sexual intercourse with her.

Ironically, while Seyi Lawson was having sex with the woman, his gang member held the husband hostage in another room, and on completion of his sex urge, the robbers bolted away, until few days later when luck ran against the gang

However, on October 1, 2011 luck ran against the gang, as two of the suspects were apprehended, and following further intensive investigations, the arrest of two suspects later led to the arrest of the rapist robbery suspect.

Other gang members in police net as at weekend according to authentic sources reports that, other gang members include; Tunde Bola, Taiwo Adefuwa, Ganiu Taiwo and Anifowose Sunday.

The rapist robber from his detention,confirmed raping the woman, but said he was not aware that she was pregnant, adding that it was devil that pushed him into the act. He said he did not use condom during the sex.

‘It was true I raped her, but I didn't know that she was pregnant, it was devil that pushed me into it, I did while one of us held her husband in captivity, but when we heard shout of thief, I hurriedly left her before we bolted away' the suspect said

Meanwhile, when contacted Commissioner of Police, Nicholas Ndemkem confirmed the incident, adding that the suspects on completion of investigations would be charge to court.