- An ex-seminarian named Augustine Mario Nnaji says he was raped by a woman and her daughters
- According to him, he was raped by the women when he was posted to a parish for his apostolic works
- Nnaji says the sexual assault drove him out of his passion of becoming a Catholic priest
A former seminarian identified as Augustine Mario Nnaji has narrated how he was gang-raped by a woman and her two daughters.
The ex-seminarian said the molestation drove him out of his passion of becoming a Catholic priest, Expressive Info reports.
Legit.ng gathers that Nnaji said he was sent to a parish for his apostolic works and was accommodated by a woman.
According to him, he succeeded in resisting temptations from other women who visited him during his stay at the woman's house.
He said on a Saturday night, the woman and her daughters took turns to rape him for an hour and some minutes despite pleading with them.
Nnaji said: "I plead and cried for them not to do this to me but all my pleadings and cries fell on deaf ears."
The ex-seminarian said the woman threatened to tell the neighbours that he tried raping one of her daughters if he failed to corporate.
He said: "At that point I couldn’t resist anymore. Who would’ve believed me if they had shouted?"
In other news, a woman leader at the University of Benin has revealed that Vera Omozuwa was a virgin before she was raped and murdered at a Redeemed church in Edo state.
According to the woman leader simply identified as Precious, Vera's father confirmed that she was a virgin before the hoodlums had their way with her and took her life.
Precious called on the authorities in the state to work harder in finding Vera's rapists and killers.
She stated that the 22-year-old could not open her eyes or even utter a word before she passed away.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Pastor Adeboye took to social media to react to the death of 22-year-old Omozuwa, who was raped inside a Redeemed church and died a few days later.
The man of God took to his Twitter page on Sunday, May 31, and completely condemned the unfortunate incident.
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