A police constabulary and vigilantes in Akwukwu-Igbo, Oshimili North Local Government Area of Delta State, have been alleged to have brutalized their cousin, Uchenna Nmakwe, over N250,000.
The suspects are accused of brutalizing the victim at a family meeting and took the N250,000 bridge price brought to them by their in-law, City Round reports.
Recounting his experience, Uchenna on Thursday said that his cousins used a cutlass and a hammer to beat him up over the money.
He said, “Our in-law said they don’t want a ceremony for the marriage which was held on May 7, 2023. The N250,000 they brought was paid into our elder brother’s account, so we could not share it that day.”
Meanwhile, Mr Paul Odama, the Kwara State Commissioner of Police, on Friday, paraded a medical doctor, Ayodele Joseph, for allegedly sedating and raping a nurse.
The suspect was reportedly performing an operation on the nurse in his hospital in Ilorin, Kwara State, when the incident happened.
Joseph, the Chief Medical Director of Ayodele Hospital, Sawmill, Ilorin, was among 13 suspects paraded before journalists at the police headquarters.
The CP said, “On May 5, 2023, a female victim (name withheld), a nurse by profession, reported to the police that she went to Ayodele Hospital at 290, Sawmill area, Lagos Road, Ilorin, for surgery. The Chief Medical Director of the hospital, Dr Ayodele Joseph, during the treatment, sedated the patient, which led her to become unconscious.
“Before the sedation, fearing any mishap, the patient activated her telephone and placed it in a vantage position to record the surgery unknown to the doctor before the expected surgery.
“She woke up from sleep after the surgery to find herself fully naked, and when viewing the recorded video, she discovered that the said Dr Ayodele Joseph had unlawful sexual intercourse with her while under sedation.
“Investigation led to the recovery of the video recording of the sexual action of the said doctor on the victim, which was also corroborated by the medical examination conducted on the victim.”
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