Man organises his sisters’ rape

The man said he wanted his sisters tortured because they refused to forfeit their inheritance.

For facilitating the rape of two of his sisters in Ijebu Ososa, Ogun State, a 40-year-old suspect was on Monday arrested by the Ogun State Police Command.

The State Police Command Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, made this known to journalists in Abeokuta, adding that the suspect was arrested with two other persons.

“The two other persons arrested with the 40-years-old man are those who eventually raped and robbed the two sisters aged 18 and 16.

“He gave the two suspects N80, 000, to harass, molest and threaten his two younger sisters who had disagreed with him over sharing formula of their late parent’s inheritance,” Mr. Adejobi said.

“You can speak with him as he had already confessed to the crime, so it’s a very straight forward case and we are charging three of them to court tomorrow, “he said.

When the reporter asked, the suspect admitted to committing the crime.

“I just asked them (two other suspects) to threaten my sisters so that they can leave the properties to me; I never paid then to rape my sisters as they have done,” he claimed.

Lekan Saibu invited the rapists. The alleged rapists are Jonathan Kaigbon and Gbenga Adekoya.

In another development, the command also paraded three other persons for allegedly operating an illegal financial institution in Remo area of the state.

Mr. Adejobi said that information available to the command showed that the suspects did not have the license to operate.

“They have also confessed to the crime and would be charged to court as soon as possible,” Mr. Adejobi said.

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