Teacher rapes 14-year-old student in Ogun
A twenty-three-year-old secondary school teacher in Ogun State, Azunyere Chima, has been arrested by the men of the Ogun State Police Command, for forcefully having unlawful carnal knowledge of his 14-year-old student.
The suspect, according to a statement by the State Police Public Relations Officer, Abimbola Oyeyemi, was arrested following a report by the father of the victim at Ibafo Divisional headquarters.
Nigerian Tribune reports that the randy teacher was alleged to have lured the girl into his apartment on the pretence that he wanted to assist her with school work.
The statement read: “The 23yr old randy teacher was apprehended following a report by the father of the victim, who reported at Ibafo divisional headquarters, that his daughter was lured to the house of the suspect who happened to be her art teacher under the pretence that he wanted to help her on her practical work.
“On getting to his house, the suspect dragged her into his room, overpowered and forcefully had sex with her, as a result of which the victim was bleeding seriously from her private part.
“Upon the report, the DPO Ibafo, SP Abiodun Ayinde, detailed his detectives to the residence of the suspect at No.2 Unity close, Aseese where he was promptly arrested.
“He has since made a confessional statement to the police, while the victim has been taken to a hospital for medical treatment.”
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