The Ondo State commandant of Nigeria security and Civil Defense Corps (NSCDC) on Sunday said operative of the command had arrested a welder , Femi Onifade for allegedly defiling his two daughters. The commander of the NSCDC in Ondo State, Mr. Philip Ayuba made the disclosure in a statement signed by command's Public Relation Officer, Mr. Olufemi Omole, in Akure.
Ayuba said Onifade 48, defiled his two daughters, age 6 and 9. According to him, the command's operative arrested Onifade residing at No 27, Liberty Hospital Roads, Oluwatuyi, Akure , when they were informed of the Crime.
He further explained that the arrest was facilitied by the assistance of Deji of Akure. Oba Aladetoyinbo Aladelusi. During the initial interrogation, the suspect denied all allegations. However, we gathered that there had been a long term disagreement between the man and his wife as a result of constant molestation and maltreatment.
Onifade always seized the opportunity of his wife absence to harass the minors sexually.
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