Kwara: Suspected serial rapist in NSCDC net for allegedly defiling 3 minors Stephen Olufemi Oni, Ilorin

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The Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has arrested a 45-year-old Prophet, Olayinka Ajiboye, an alleged serial rapist, for allegedly defiling three minors, all within the age bracket of 13 and 17 years in Agah village, Ilorin South Local Government Area of Kwara State.

The suspect, who allegedly specialised in harassing and sexually assaulting minors, according to a statement by the spokesman of the NSCDC, ASC 1 Ayoola Michael Shola, has been under the surveillance of the Command following several complaints about his alleged nefarious activities, adding that he was apprehended after a tip-off on May 7, 2024.

“Investigations revealed that the suspect is the General Overseer of Divine Land of Joy Prayer Ministry located in Agah village and has sexually assaulted several members of the church, as reported by the victims.

“One of the victims, Joy Godfrey, who bravely reported the case at the Gender Unit of the Command on 3rd of April, 2024, revealed horrifying details of her ordeal. She disclosed that Prophet Olayinka Ajiboye lured her into an unfamiliar house in Sango and sexually assaulted her.

“Additionally, he compelled her to swear with the Bible and instructed her never to discuss the incident with anyone, threatening her with fatal consequences if she dared to speak about it.

“The second victim who suffered similar abuse (Name Withheld) also revealed that the suspect started having canal knowledge with her at the age of sixteen (16). She further disclosed that the suspect impregnated her and gave her drugs to abort the baby, resulting in severe bleeding that lasted for several months. The suspect threatened to kill her if she revealed their illicit relationship to anyone,” the statement added.

The third victim, (name withheld), who is also a member of the Church, disclosed that the suspect defiled her at the age of 13, saying mentioned that she couldn’t report the incident to her mother because the suspect consistently threatened her, and warned that she would die if she exposed him to anyone.

The suspect, the statement added, confessed to the commission of the crime, attributing it to the work of the devil.

The KwaravState NSCDC Commandant, Dr. Umar J.G Mohammed, expressed concern over the infamous act and directed the Head of Gender Unit to conduct detailed Investigations and ensure that the suspect is diligently prosecuted.

He appealed to the public to support the Command’s fight against all forms of Gender-Based Violence (GBV), while assuring them that perpetrators would be prosecuted in accordance with the laws of the land.


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