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A 25-year-old man, Kehinde Muse, has taken his life after a 21-year-old lady he was dating, Rasheedat Damilola Animashaun, called it quit.
The spokesman of the Lagos State Police Command, Bala Elkana, disclosed this in a statement on Thursday.
Elkana said information about the development was received on September 18, 2019 at about 6:30pm at Surulere Police Station.
He said the information had it that Muse, of 56, Modele Street, Surulere, locked himself in his room and drank a poisonous substance, sniper.
He was rushed to the hospital but died on arrival.
Preliminary investigation revealed that the deceased had earlier sent a suicide text message to his ex-girlfriend informing her that he will take his life since she decided to quit the relationship.
Animashaun informed Muse’s family about the text message he sent to her and they rushed to his house, broke the door and found him unconscious.
He was rushed to the hospital but did not survive ive.
His corpse has been deposited in the


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Retired army captain, 73, arrested for allegedly defiling his 4-year-old niece who calls him grandpa




Retired army captain, 73, arrested for allegedly defiling his 4-year-old niece who calls him grandpa army

The police in Calabar have arrested a 73-year-old retired army captain for allegedly defiling his four-year-old niece.


Bassey Ekanem allegedly fingered the girl in his residence at 12, Edim Ibangha Street, Big Qua Town, Calabar.


According to Vanguard, a source said Ekanem claimed he was under the influence of alcohol.


The retired army Captain, who the child refers to as grandpa, has been in the North for years before he came to Calabar after retiring from the army.


To have the girl to himself, he sent the woman living with him out of the house then allegedly assaulted the child.


A source who spoke to the publication said: “He (suspect) had sent the lady living with him to make soup while she went to buy fish at Marian market, Bassey lured the little girl into his apartment and started fingering her and broke her hymen in the process.


“It was the victim’s younger brother who is about two years old who told their mother that grandpa put his hand inside her sister’s bum bum before their mother raised the alarm and the matter was reported to Akim police station.”


The Principal Counsel, Basic Right Council Initiative, James Ibor Esq, told the publication that the case was one amongst many adding that rape incidents were becoming increasingly alarming.


“I am heartbroken and appalled by the increasing number of rape every day in Calabar and beyond, the Child Rights Act really needs to be implemented to the latter because the girl child is going through a lot.


“This particular matter cannot be swept under the carpet and the suspect must face the full wrath of the law even though they are related, because in most cases when the case is gaining momentum, a lot of pressure starts coming in for the matter to become compromised especially when it has to do with a relative.


“He is now in Police custody and we expect our officers to do a thorough job because this is one too many in the rape saga ravaging the country, it didn’t start today but it’s high time people started speaking up, rape is a serious crime.


“The suspect has confessed to the act and it is only the Court that can determine whether he had the capacity to carry out the act as there are claims he was under the influence of alcohol at the time he committed the abominable act,” Ibor said.


Ibor who is also the Chairperson, Child Protection Network in Cross River called on parents to enlighten their children at a very early age as signs and other emotional signals can be detected early like the younger brother to the victim who is just about 2 years did.


“There is a need to teach both the boy and girl child at a tender age because it’s because of what the little brother understood that exposed the matter in the first place, so educate your children always,” he said.


The Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Irene Ugbo, said, “The man is in our custody. I won’t say much until we get the medical report on the incident.”

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How 19-Year-Old Barakat Was Allegedly Raped, Killed In Ibadan




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Barakat  How 19-Year-Old Barakat Was Allegedly Raped, Killed In Ibadan barakt house 360x350Dejected, weary, Barakat’s mother, Mrs Kafayat Bello, lay on the floor mourning the loss of her daughter.

Mrs Bello had returned on Monday evening to see her daughter lying in the pool of her own blood at the backyard of their home. Her 19-year old daughter had said to have been allegedly raped and killed by suspected thieves who invaded their Oloro home in Akinyele Local Government Area.

Barakat, a student of the Institute of Agriculture, Research and Training, Ibadan, was said to have been returning home from where she went to fetch water to take her bath only to meet suspected thieves inside their house. But before she could cry out for help, the suspected thieves reportedly held her and later killed her.

Barakat’s younger brother, Abdulazeez, who returned from Quranic lessons, was first to see her elder sister dead. For several times, nine years old Abdulazeez had called his sister but got no response.

Curious about not getting a response, Abdulazeez went to the backyard only to see that his sister had been murdered. Aghast, Abdulazeez ran out, shouting for help from neighbours. “I saw my sister with machete cuts on her head. I touched my aunty asking her to wake up to ask her to allow us to run away but she was dead. I did not see the persons that killed my sister. They were gone before I arrived,” Abdulazeez Bello said.

Barakat’s father, Mr Kazeem Bello, who is a commercial cab (Micra) operator, had received a distress call from his wife to immediately return home. It was clear that something was amiss when Mr Bello arrived to meet people with mournful looks at the entrance to his house.

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Barakat’s father, Kazeem Bello

He was also led to the backyard of his house to behold that his daughter had been killed. “They have murdered her. What more can we do since she has been killed? We have buried her,” Bello told Tribune Online.

He, however, said he went to make an official report to the police on Wednesday.

When Tribune Online visited the Akinyele home of Bello family, on Wednesday, sympathisers, community leaders, political leaders were seen consoling the Bellos while security agents were seen checking the crime scene.

Sympathisers were seen asking that the police find the culprits behind the killing of Barakat. The killers of Barakat were said to have also carted away with some motor parts, scraps.

“We want the government to help find the culprits that raped and murdered my sister,” Barakat’s uncle, Mr Yakubu Atilola requested.

Noting instances of rape of young persons and other crimes, Atilola urged government and security agencies to rise against the threat to life of Akinyele community dwellers.

He particularly urged the police not sweep the Barakat case under the carpet.

Narrating how he got to know about the incident, Atilola said, “I got the call on Monday night that she had been murdered in her father’s house.

“I visited the scene and saw bloodstain on the floor. It was reported that she went to fetch water to take her bath. I think they came here to rob her father who is a cab driver. They carted away motor parts.

“She was returning from where she went to fetch water and probably they felt she could identify them, she was dragged to the backyard where she was raped and killed. There were bloodstains on the floor.

“Barakat is gone and we are now concerned about saving the lives of others in the community. This rape cases on students and young ones are alarming. We want the government to rise against rape,” Atilola said.

Speaking with Tribune Online, Oyo Police Public Relations Officer, Gbenga Fadeyi, said the police had begun an investigation into the incident.

Fadeyi, however, bemoaned that the family only reported the incident two days after and immediately buried Barakat without allowing the police to carry out postmortem examination to ascertain the actual cause of the killing.

“We are still working assiduously to clamp down on the hoodlums. I am soliciting on members of the public who have any information on that incident to avail the police.

“It is quite unfortunate that the incident was not reported immediately. I urge the people to report incidents immediately they happen so that perhaps the hoodlums may be lurking around.

“It is quite unfortunate that the parents, being a Muslim, religiously went to bury the poor girl instead of allowing the police take charge of the corpse and take her to the mortuary for autopsy, postmortem examination.

“This would enable us to be able to ascertain the cause of the death and if actually the rape that has been widely circulated was actually carried out. Even the family came to meet her in the pool of her blood,” Fadeyi said.

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