A 55-year-old man, Arowolo Ayodeji is currently being investigated by the Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) for having sex with his 19-year-old daughter
has revealed that the devil vicariously lured him to commit the crime.
According to Ayodeji, who was paraded alongside other notorious criminals, “I am from Ipoti Ekiti, Ekiti state. My marriage between my wife crashed when my daughter girl was two years old.”
“I started having carnal knowledge of my daughter two years ago when she was seventeen years.”
NigeriaCrime.com gathered that Ayodeji was arrested, following a report brought to the notice of the command through the Kwara state Ministry of Social Welfare.
Parading the suspects, NSCDC spokesperson Olasunkanmi Ayeni said that “After a good Samaritan reported the case to the ministry of social welfare before the case was brought here. And the suspects were apprehended at Ijero Ekiti.”
“The alleged daughter molester said that he hails from Ipoti Ekiti, Ekiti state adding that the marriage between him and the girl’s mom crashed when the girl was two.
“He started molesting the girl while she was seventeen years old. It means that crime has been on for two years running,” Mr. Ayeni said.
Other suspects also paraded by NSCDC spokesperson Olasunkanmi Ayeni are Quadri Qudus a phone thief and Emmanuel Sowole a serial burglary.
Quadri was arrested for stealing 21 phones belonging to Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) students in Ilorin, the state capital on the 5th of last month.
It was gathered that Quadri “pretended to be selling facemasks at a JAMB examination center and the student out of trust put the phones in his custody and he ran away with their phones. He was eventually caught by our men in Ilorin.”
Denying the allegations 23-year old Qudus said he didn’t run away with the phones.
According to him “the phones were stolen from where I kept them.”
“Out of fear of what would happen to me, I had to run away for my dear life,’ he added.
While 19-year-old Emmanuel is a serial house breaker.
NSCDC spokesperson Olasunkanmi Ayeni confirmed that “Emmanuel cases have been brought here several times and on different occasions, he has been sent to remand, but he seems not to want to change from his act.
“The offense that brought him here is the breaking into a house in Ilorin and carted away some vehicle parts,” Ayeni said.