'Our Landlord's Son Slept With Me' - Primary Four Pupil
The parents of the primary four pupil lived with the Afolayans as tenants in a one-storeyed building on Unity Close, Giwa, Oke-Aro, Ogun State.
The girl and her siblings were on midterm break on Friday and were left at home, while their parents went to work.
Around 11am, it was gathered that there was a fight between two neighbours which drew the attention of residents.
The girl was said to have stood on the balcony of the first floor, where her parents’ apartment is, to catch a glimpse of the fight.
Toyeeb Afolayan, 22-year-old father of one, was alleged to have suddenly gripped her from the back, covered her mouth and dragged her to the passage.
“Mr. Toyeeb removed my skirt and slept with me. I was crying as he put his thing in my private parts, but nobody heard my voice because of the noise of the fight from downstairs. My younger sister was sleeping and the other one was downstairs.
“He ran away after sleeping with me. There were bloodstains on my skirt. I reported him to an elderly man called Baba in our house. Baba took me to his (Toyeeb’s) mother. She removed my skirt and washed off the bloodstains,” the girl said.
The victim’s father, Sunday Israel, a commercial driver, said he was at work that Friday when he was called on the telephone and informed about the incident.
He said the girl was taken to the Ifo General Hospital for treatment and medical tests, while the case was reported at the Agbado Police Division.
“Baba led her to Toyeeb’s mother and showed the woman the bloodstains on my daughter’s skirt. She quickly removed the skirt and washed off the bloodstains. She dried the skirt and gave it back to her to wear.
“Toyeeb and her mother were arrested by the police. He confessed to the police that he defiled her, but said it was the handiwork of the devil.
"The medical report at the general hospital showed that she was defiled. She was also taken to the Mirabel Centre at the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital for test.”
The Ogun State Police Public Relations Officer, ASP Abimbola Oyeyemi, said the case would be charged to court at the conclusion of investigations.FOR MORE FRESH STORIES, DOWNLOAD BOUNCE NEWS APP HERE
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