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Son to popular hotelier, one other, drug, raped girl in Lagos


By Lolo Ayaba

Son of Lagos-based hotelier, Don-Chima George and Razaq Oluwaseun Oke, are currently being investigated by operatives of the Gender Section, Lagos State Police Command for allegedly drugging and raping a young girl at Dallankester Hotels, Lekki, Phase one Lagos.

Newsbeats gathered that the duo reportedly took a victim aged 23, to a club on Saturday, February 2, 2019, unknown to her that they had ulterior motive. While at the club, Chima George and Oluwaseun laced the young woman’s drink with a substance that made her weak and almost unconscious.

Satisfied that the drug was beginning to affect the victim, George and his friend quietly took the victim from the club to his father’s hotel Dallankester Hotels in Lekki Phase one.

At the hotel, George and Oluwaseun took turns to the victim and also videoed the act.

Son to popular hotelier, one other, drugged, raped girl in Lagos
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When the victim woke up from the induced sleep, she confronted the suspects who denied having carnal knowledge of her. Not satisfied, she placed a call to her elder brother complaining that she had been violated.

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The brother immediately invited policemen from Maroko Division led by the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Isah Abdulmajid to the scene.

On searching the suspects, the DPO recovered their phones and went through their video recordings where he saw a video of the suspects sexually abusing the apparently unconscious victim.

Confirming the report, the spokesperson Lagos state police command, CSP chike Oti said that Commissioner of Police, Imohimi Edgal has directed the Gender Section of the Command to investigate and diligently prosecute the suspects to serve as deterrent to others.


 

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