A tricycle rider in Warri simply identified as Samuel, has been arrested for putting a 14 year girl in the family way.
Activist, Gwamnishu Emefiena Harrison, who shared the story online, said the tricyclist had taken the girl to a private hospital for an abortion when he was alerted. Harrison stated that he rushed to the hospital and rescued the girl. Read his post on Facebook below
ARREST OF KEKE RIDER WHO IMPREGNATED 14 YEARS OLD GIRL IN WARRI DELTA STATE.
Yesterday we received a distress call from a nurse (Name withheld) who told us about a 14yrs old girl led into a private hospital for Abortion.
We quickly traveled to Warri, arrived at the hospital and took the girl away and quickly reported to the police.
The girl shared to us us how Samuel (Keke rider) forcefully had intercourse with her and showed us injury she sustained in her right hand when she tried to run away from the room.
Investigations also revealed Samuel’s brother also had sexual intercourse with the victim.
At about 6:15am, we got Samuel arrested and handed over to the police for further investigations and prosecution.
This is to inform the general public to always protect, teach their child and save them from paedophile who are looking for any opportunity to strike.
It’s everyone’s worst nightmare – the thought of someone living near you harming your child.
We plead with all Government Agencies responsible for child welfare to step out of their comfort zone to protect our children.
In each intervention, we spend close to N100,000 (Transportation, Mobilize Police, investigations Legal fees and Accommodation).
*“When parents and children are educated about situations that may put a child at risk, they are empowered, and the risk for the child to become victimized is decreased,” HARRISON
About 10-30 percent of child abuse victims never report their abuse because many don’t recognize their victimization as abuse, or they are afraid to speak.
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