- A Nigerian man on Twitter has been accused of being a paedophile after allegedly seeking to be introduced to a 14-year-old student
- Shortly after he posted photos on his page, another user on the platform shared a screenshot showing the moment he asked to be introduced to the teenager
- Several internet users bombarded his page to blast him
A Nigerian man on microblogging platform, Twitter, identified as Alex, has gotten himself into a pot of soup following some serious allegations that were levelled against him.
Alex had taken to his page on the social media platform to share photos of himself with his followers.
However, things took a turn when another user on the platform identified as @csnwobodo took to his comment section with an allegation against him.
@csnwobodo claimed that Alex who she described as the owner of the Twitter account, once solicited for the mobile number of a 14-year-old female student. @csnwobodo also accompanied her claims with a screenshot as evidence.
The screenshot appeared to have been a conversation between Alex and another Twitter user who is a teacher. Alex expressed interest in the teenage girl and did not back off even after he was informed that she is just 14.
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See the screenshot below:
This immediately resulted into several Twitter users heavily criticizing Alex and labelling him as a paedophile.
"Ritualist that's what you are for looking for a way to go after a 14yrs old girl," an outraged user tweeted.
Read what some other Twitter users had to say below:
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In a related story, Legit.ng previously reported that members of the upper legislative chamber agreed to take decisive action against rapists and paedophiles in Nigeria.
The lawmakers stated that the death penalty for rapists would put an end to incessant rape cases in the country.
This was followed by the Senate urging the police to deal decisively with all cases of sexual abuse as a way to stem the tide of sexual abuses.
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