- A Twitter user identified as @ehival has taken to the platform to accuse a man of raping his friend
- According to his post, the man identified as Dare Gari, kidnapped his friend, Zainab, on her way home and raped her at gunpoint
- @ehival who cried out for justice said Zainab and her family are being bullied by the police who he claims have collected bribe from the alleged culprit
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Social media users were recently thrown into outrage and shock after a Twitter user identified as @ehival took to the platform to narrate a gutwrenching experience his friend, Zainab, suffered in the hands of a stranger.
In a series of tweets, he narrated how Zainab, while on her way home on August 10, was accosted by a man identified as Dare Gari, who pulled up in a tinted Jeep.
He claimed the culprit got down from the car which he bundled her into at gunpoint.
He alleged that while on their way, the man and his driver threatened to kill her if she screamed. @ehival said that she was driven to a house where she was raped by Gari repeatedly all through the night.
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@ehival wrote: "Zainab was in her pool of faeces and urine. But this heartless man didn't care, pointed a weapon to her and continued. They told her in the morning that if she tells anybody, even her parents they will kill her, they dumped her on the road the next morning, on finding her way home, she told her parents immediately."
He added that the case was immediately reported to Olosan Police Station and from there she was taken for testing and is currently on some medications.
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However, @ehival claimed that the police are not helping as they are bullying Zainab and her parents.
He added that the alleged rapist is popularly known as Ovation in the area. @ehival also shared photos of him.
In other news, A group, Say No Campaign, has stated that the federal government must take responsibility for increasing cases of rape in Nigeria.
Say No Campaign was reacting to the rape of a 12-year-old girl by 11 men, one of whom was 57-year-old man, in Jigawa state and another rape of a 22-year-old female student, Vera Omozuwa, by four men who gruesomely murdered her, in a church at Benin Edo state. Both cases which trended on social media in Nigeria.
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