FRSC dismisses officer who raped colleague’s 9-yr-old daughter

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BY DAYO JOHNSON

AKURE — THE authoritiesof the Federal Road Safety Commission, FRSC, yesterday said a 31-year- old officer of the agency, Emmanuel Ilori, who defiled his
colleague’s  nine-year-old daughter (names withheld)  has been dismissed. Its Head of Operations in Ondo State, Sunday Ajayi, said the action of the officer was an embarrassment that should not be treated with
levity.

According to Ondo police image maker, Wole Ogodo, Ilori, now in police
detention, will be charged to court any moment from now.

How it happened
The suspect was said to have visited his co worker in his residence
located at Omitogun Estate Shebi, area of Akure metropolis where he
committed the crime.

Vanguard gathered that Ilori visited Oguntayo Oluwafemi on the said
day and after discussing some personal issues, the father of the victim decided to excuse himself to buy something in the neighbourhood
with which to entertain his guest.

However, immediately Oguntayo left the house, the suspect bolted the
door and pounced on the innocent daughter.

Luck, however, ran out on him as the father of the victim discovered
that he had no money on him and decided to rush back to the house. But
he met his door firmly locked from behind.

He reportedly knocked severally and all he could hear from the room
was the screaming by his daughter.

Oguntayo forced the door open only to meet his colleague defiling his
daughter following which he raised an alarm.

Attempt by the suspect to escape was thwarted  as neighbours arrested
and took him to the Okuta Elerinla police station.

Contacted, Ogodo said the suspect and the father of the victim were
employees of the FRSC in the state.

Ogodo said the father of the victim caught his friend in the act while
he was defiling his daughter whom he left in the house with him.

According to the police spokesman, the father of the victim had to
break open the door of the house he left not more than five minutes
before.

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