Gale of rape in Gombe as 13-year-old boy defiles eight-year-old, others

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The Gombe State Police Command, on Friday, paraded a 13-year-old suspect over the rape of an eight-year-old woman in Akko Local Government Area of Gombe State.

The police additionally paraded 18-year-old Usman Husseini and 45-year-old Mohammed Yaya for allegedly defiling their victims on completely different events.

According to the Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Buhari Abdullahi, throughout a press briefing on the command’s headquarters in Gombe, the 13-year-old suspect was stated to have dragged the sufferer to a lonely path the place he had his approach.

He stated, “On twenty fourth May 2024, a proper grievance was acquired at Akko Division that on the twenty second May 2024, the suspect dragged an eight-year-old woman to a nook and had canal information of her.

“On the twenty sixth May 2024, a proper grievance was acquired from one Musa Saleh of Hammadu-kafi quarters Gombe that Husseini carried his daughter aged 4 to a nook close to his home and put his finger inside her non-public half.

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“On receipt of the grievance, detectives from Pantami Division rushed to the scene and arrested the stated suspect and took each the suspect and sufferer to Specialist for medical examination. The case remains to be below investigation and shall be charged to court docket upon the completion of investigations.

Abdullahi stated Yaya from Tumu Akko Local Government Area of Gombe allegedly defiled a 10-year-old woman after providing her N100 and N50 on two completely different events.

He stated, “On the 27th of May 2024 the suspect lured a 10-year-old girl into his house and had canal knowledge with her. Upon preliminary investigation, the suspect confessed to having carried out the act on two separate occasions. He disclosed that he gave her 100 and 50 naira respectively. The case is under investigation and will soon be charged to court for prosecution.”

Commenting on the implementation of the Child Protection coverage within the state, Abdullahi stated “Issue of rape has serious attention of the government. The Department of Public Prosecutions is taking it up on itself to tackle rape and other forms of abuses.”

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