Rapist demands N5m from victim in Abuja

Rape victim

The rapist shot a video of his mishandling of the victim and then demanded N5 million 

Nov.5 (PREMIUM TIMES) –The police in the Gwarinpa area of Abuja are investigating the case of a middle-aged woman who was allegedly abducted, raped and asked to pay N5 million.

On Monday, the woman who resides in Gwarinpa, told the police her ordeal.

The lady said she boarded a taxi from Gwarinpa to Wuse, when “the driver sprayed air freshener in the cab.”

“I woke up in an uncompleted building naked and messed up. I received an envelope the next day containing a video disk showing how I was raped.

“The envelope also contained a demand for me to pay N5 million into an account in one of the new generation banks,’’ she added.

A police source confirmed that they had received the report of the crime.

“Investigation into the matter is still on,” the source said

The source cautioned individuals to be security-conscious when boarding taxis.

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