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NSCDC arrests man for raping 14-year-old daughter

03 September 2015, 07:57

Osogbo - The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Commission (NSCDC) on Wednesday arrested a 34-year-old man, Mohammed Ahmed for allegedly raping his 14 year-old daughter.

Head of Public Relations of NSCDC in Osun, Wale Folarin, made this known to the newsmen in Osogbo.

He said the incident was reported to the commission by one of the Ahmed's neighbours.

The neighbour reported to NSCDC that he had always been hearing the screaming of the girl every night, Folarin said.

Folarin said that the screams made the neighbour to inquire from the girl, what had been happening to her.

Also read: Widow raped to death for hours in Ebonyi

He said the little girl confessed to the neighbour that her father used to rape her, this prompted the neighbour to report the matter to NSCDC.

The alleged incest had been happening since April before the suspect was apprehended by the NSCDC.

The girl and her nine-year-old younger sister were said to have been living with their father in a single room apartment.

While speaking with newsmen, the suspect said he did nOt know what came over him to be having sex with his daughter.

"I have been having sex with my daughter since April and anytime I am having sex with her I don't see anything wrong in it," He said.

He stated that he had sex with his daughter up to six times since April.



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