"They lured my daughter to an uncompleted building and slept with her there" Man accuses neighbours
By Mediateehem | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 10 views
In a news that was published by Linda Ikeji's Blog yesterday, it was revealed that Bauchi State Police Command has apprehended two young boys, who lured their neighbour's 16-year-old mentally challenged daughter to an uncompleted building and slept with her there.
While the spokesperson to the command was talking, SP Ahmed Muhammad Wakil revealed that the two suspects, whose names were given as Kabiru Nuhu ( 20 years of age) and Also Auwal (19 years of age), conspired between theirself and carried out their plans by luring their neighbour's mentally challenged daughter into the uncompleted building, where they carried out their plans.
After this was carried out and the girl's father, whose name was given as Muhammad Abubakar, got to know about it, as he went to report at the police station closer to them and the two suspects were picked up by police operatives for further investigation.
It was made known that the victim was rushed to General Hospital in Azare for medical examination and proper treatment.
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