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A shoemaker distinguished as Olamide Babayemi has been captured by the Ogun State Police Command for assaulting a corps part and endeavoring to kill her.
The 25-year-old shoemaker who assaulted the 22-year-old Mircobiology graduate at Greenland Estate in Mowe zone of the state, allegedly recorded bare recordings of her which he circled among his companions.
While the captured suspect said he was abandoned by the corps part he guaranteed was his better half, the assault injured individual said she gave Babayemi N18,000 to get her a telephone which he never did.
The state’s Police Spokesman, Abimbola Oyeyemi who affirmed the incident said;
“The suspect suddenly called her on the 2nd of January to come to Greenland Estate in Mowe and collect the phone. On getting there, the suspect forcefully removed all her clothes and raped her.
“The victim stated further that after forcefully had her carnal knowledge, the suspect soaked her clothes in water and used his phone to record her naked video which he started sending to some of his friends.
“When he realized that the victim might report him to the police, he made an attempt to sniff life out of her but she was lucky when the suspect’s mother called him on phone to come and meet her at the gate of the Estate which gave her the opportunity to escape.
“The DPO Redeem camp CSP Chris Amanyi mobilised his detectives to go after the suspect who took to his heels immediately but he was apprehended on 4th of January 2020 when his mother brought him to the station.
“On interrogation, the suspect who claimed to be the victim’s boy friend confessed committing the crime but blamed the girl for calling it quit with him after she graduated from the university.
“When asked for his reasons behind recording the nude video of the girl, he said he did so as to prevent her from reporting him to the police.”
Oyeyemi also revealed that the Commissioner of police, Kenneth Ebrimson directed that the suspect be transferred immediately to the state criminal investigation and intelligence department for further investigation and prosecution.