For allegedly defiling a 15 years old Senior Secondary Student (SSS) 3 student in Sango, Ogun State, a 26 years old teacher, Mathew Adebayo, is currently cooling his feet in the police net.
The suspect, arrested on Friday, September 11, 2020, was a teacher with a private school in the Sango area, where the victim is currently writing her final examinations.
Men of the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), Sango Division, made the arrest after an official report by the school proprietress.
The suspect is alleged to have blackmailed and forcefully have unlawful carnal knowledge of the 15 years old student (name withheld).
But nemesis caught up with him when the victim blew the whistle and the case was reported at the Sango Police Division.
The SSS 3 student, writing her final examinations, claimed that the suspect has been raping her repeatedly since the resumption of the school in preparation for the WAEC examination.
Similarly, the School proprietress reported that the said teacher intimidated the victim by telling her that she would not pass the WAEC exams if she didn’t allow him to be having sex with her.
Therefore, the teacher took to calling her out of the dormitory at night and taking her to a classroom, where he would have sex with her.
When the victim could no longer bear the sexual assault of the randy teacher, she decided to inform the proprietress.
Upon the report, the DPO Sango Division, CSP Godwin Idehai, detailed his detectives to the scene where the suspect was promptly arrested.
The teacher has since made a confessional statement, admitting the commission of the crime, while the victim has been taken to the hospital for treatment
Meanwhile, the Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi, has confirmed that the suspect in currently in Police net.
He said the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, has ordered that the suspect be transferred immediately to the Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit of Ogun State Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department (CIID), for further investigation and prosecution – Vanguard News