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Benue varsity guard arrested for allegedly impregnating wife’s niece

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A Nigerian police officer.

A security guard at the Benue State University, Joseph Adoyi, has been arrested by the police for allegedly impregnating his wife’s 11-year-old niece.

The victim was said to have been living with Adoyi and his wife at their residence at the North Bank area of Makurdi, Benue State, since she was three years old.

Adoyi allegedly started assaulting the victim by fondling her private parts.

It was learnt that the suspect allegedly raped her and threatened to kill her if she told her aunt.

An activist, Ukan Kurugh, who narrated the victim’s ordeal, said the aunt got to know about the pregnancy when she noticed changes in the victim’s body.

Ene (name has been changed) silently suffered the abuse of her uncle until she became pregnant. At three, Ene was sent to live with her aunt and her husband in Makurdi. Joseph Adoyi, a security man at the Benue State University and husband of Ene’s aunt, would find prey to satisfy his sexual urge soon; he began playing with her clitoris at age three.

“It continued until one fateful day when no one was at home. Straight from work, Joseph entered his bedroom only to come back to the parlour naked. Alarmed, little Ene protested; it was, however, too late. Joseph had made up his mind to have his way and nothing could stop him, not the screaming from the little girl. Say it to no one, Ene said she was warned or she will be killed.


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