Another Secondary School Pupil Gangraped In Nigeria’s Lagos

A secondary school pupil has allegedly been gangraped by two hoodlums in Nigeria’s commercial city, Lagos.

The incident, which occured in Egan, Igando – a suburb of the city – comes barely one week after an 11-year-old was gangraped to death in Ejigbo, also in Lagos.

The latest victim – a Junior Secondary School 3 pupil – was reportedly lured by one Toheeb Mustapha to The Cool Tervan Hotel, three buildings away from her house.

She was said to have been sneaked into one of the hotel rooms, where Toheeb, popularly known as Sir Small, and one Sunkanmi alias G33 took turns to rape her until she started bleeding profusely.

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At press time, the JSS 3 student, as gathered, has had her virginal stitched at an undisclosed private hospital due to tear she sustained, which resulted in the bleeding.

After having their way with the girl, the duo decided to drop her off at her parents’ house. While on their way, residents saw the girl bleeding, concluded the strangers could have used her for money rituals and raised an alarm which alerted residents.

Toheeb was apprehended by residents while his partner managed to escape. He was on the verge of being lynched when policemen from Igando division stormed the area and rescued him.

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Some of the residents accused the suspects of engaging in the act for long. They alleged that the fleeing suspect had booked the room since last Monday, waiting for the convenient time to carry out the act.

Mustapha reported confessed that he knew he was an auto mechanic and that he knew girl at Russel Grammar school in year 2018 where he graduated from.

He said he collected the victim’s phone number from her classmate and had been chatting with her on Facebook.

He added that the victim was not used for rituals.

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