- Police officers have arrested a man for defiling his daughter in Lagos State.
The Lagos State Police Command has arrested a man, Kayode Adeyanju, for allegedly defiling his 14-year-old daughter in the Ikorodu area of the state, EKO HOT BLOG has gathered.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, made the disclosure via a statement on Monday.
Adejobi noted that the suspect was arrested after the victim reported the incident to the police, adding that the case has been transferred to the Gender Unit of the command for further investigation.
The police spokesperson stated, “Police operatives attached to the Ipakodo Division, Ikorodu, on June 7, 2021, arrested one Kayode Adeyanju, 45, of the Redeemed Church, Tinubu Estate, Ibeshe, Ikorodu, Lagos State, for defiling his 14-year-old daughter.
“The victim personally reported the case at the Ipakodo Police Station, Ikorodu, on June 7, 2021, after her horrible ordeal in the hands of her father and police operatives arrested the suspect.
“The state Commissioner of Police, Hakeem Odumosu, has condemned the act and ordered that the case be transferred to the Gender Unit of the command for further investigation,” he said.
Meanwhile, police operatives attached to the Morogbo Division, on Sunday, June 13, 2021, arrested seven suspected cultists in the state.
Adejobi stated that the suspects were arrested following a tip-off from the management of House 2 Hotel, Igbekele, Morogbo, Lagos State, that some boys suspected to be cultists were holding a meeting in the hotel.
“The suspects are Hameed Salami, 35; Ogunlade Adewale, 30; Sunday Ogbemudia, 36; Okekunle Segun, 26; Imole Kingsley, 23; Rasak Lekan, 26; and Osuya Innocent, 23. Items recovered from them include one locally-made pistol, two live cartridges, one axe and assorted charms.
“The CP has ordered that the case be transferred to the command’s Special Squad, Ikeja, for discreet investigation,” the police spokesman stated.
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