A 54-year old man, Mr. Felix Irobuta Idehen, a.k.a. Alaye – a transporter who resided at Fadeyi, Lagos, has been arrested by police officers from Onipanu Division for defiling an 11-year old a primary school girl in Shomolu area of Lagos.
Idehen was said to have lured the girl into sex by fondling her breasts, the victim became confused and he forcefully penetrated her severally in their compound when her parents were not around.
It was gathered that the case was reported to Child Protection Network (CPN) Coordinator of Shomolu, Comrade Toyin Okanlawon by Human Development Initiative (HDI) Iwaya, Yaba, Lagos.
The suspect was arrested but he denied the allegation.
The victim then narrated how her pant was forcefully removed by Felix after he fondled her breasts and had sex with her.
The girl further revealed that the defilement started two year ago when she was 9-year old.
She explained that the suspect, Idehen, had penetrated her severally and almost turned her to a sex toy.
She also revealed that the last time Idehen had sex with her were on 19 and 23 August, 2018 respectively and that he had three rounds of sex.
The girl said that she was warned not to inform anyone about the sex romps which the suspect always started by fondling her breasts and overpowering her whenever no one was around.
The victim was given a medical paper for further investigations at Mirabel Centre in LASUTH while the suspect was being interrogated by Onipanu Police Division before case was transferred to Gender Unit of the Police Command.
When P.M.Express contacted the Gender Section of the Command in charge of the investigations, the IPO declined to make any comment on the matter.
However, sources at the Command said Idehen has confessed to the defilement and will be charged to court after the conclusion of the investigations.
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