Friday, December 23, 2011

Two Men Arrested For Raping Man

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Nigeria is gradually becoming a terrorist state,so men cannot walk freely on the streets again...This is more than pathetic and scary.

Two men, Chinenye Peter, 30 and Elijah Michael, 23 have been arraigned before the Yaba Magistrates’ Court in Lagos, southwest Nigeria for sleeping with a man they met on Facebook.

The men, who are friends, were accused of raping their Facebook friend, Bosun Fayankinnu, after stripping him naked.

The police alleged that the accused stripped him naked and fondled his penis before inserting their manhood in his anus. After the act, they demanded money from him in return for his nude photographs taken during the indecent act.

The incident happened at 11, Appollo Street, Makoko, Yaba Lagos, residence of the accused.
It was gathered that Chinenye and Michael met Fayankinnu on the Facebook. They started chatting before Fayankinnu decided to pay them a visit in their house at Yaba.

It was during the visit that the duo allegedly assaulted the victim by raping him.

The men, however, denied that they forcefully stripped him naked. They claimed that he stripped himself naked.

The victim, it was learnt, parted with his handsets and ATM card as a condition for his release and promised to bring the money requested by the accused.

On the arranged day, the complainant lodged a report at the Adekunle Station and policemen followed him to the house where they arrested the accused.

They were arraigned on a 12-count charge of criminal conspiracy, assault and unnatural offence under sections 352, 516 and 353 of the Criminal Code, Cap.17, Vol. 2, Laws of Lagos State of Nigeria, 2003.

One of the charges read: “That you, the defendants on the same date, time and place, did strip the victim naked and fondle his penis and other parts of his body.”

Another count reads: “That you, the defendants at the same time, place and date did attempt to penetrate the victim’s anus with your penis.”

They pleaded not guilt to the charges and the presiding magistrate, Mrs. S. K. Matepo, granted them bail in the sum of N200,000 with two sureties in like sum.

The matter was later struck out because the complainant refused to show up in court.

Culled from PM NEWS

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