RAPE : Dolapo Osinbajo Demands Justice For Barakat, Uwa, Others - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE

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Wednesday, June 3, 2020

RAPE : Dolapo Osinbajo Demands Justice For Barakat, Uwa, Others

             ...As Barakat Is Raped, Stabbed To                         Death In Ibadan

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As Nigerians, particularly parents, still hurt over the gang - rape and gruesome murder of Miss Vera Uwaila Omozuwa, a 100 - Level student of Microbiology, University of Benin, and the Monday stabbing to death of another young female student, Barakat Bello in Ibadan by yet - to - be - named suspected rapist(s), Mrs Dolapo Osinbajo, wife of Vice - President Yemi Osinbajo, has lend her voice against rape in the country.

Dolapo  used her official Instagram page to declare her "Say No to Rape, Abuse and Molestation." 

The Vice - President's wife called for "Justice for victims" - Miss Barakat Bello, Miss Uwaila Vera Omozuwa among others in the society.

She equally demands "Punishment for Rapists."

Barakat, 18, a student of the Institute of Agriculture, Research and Training, Moore, Ibadan, was raped and stabbed to death afterwards in her parents’ home located at the Akinyele area of Ibadan, Oyo State capital.

The incident happened on Monday evening.

The attacker - rapist(s) capitalised on her loneliness at the time to strike and left her dead in a pool of blood, The Daily Crucible learnt.

The father of Barakat, Kasimu Elepo and  her sister were not at home when the savage attack on the deceased occurred.

The victim's sister left home for Quaranic lessons centre  on that fateful day.

Barakat's sister discovered her corpse behind their house in a pool of blood from deep cuts inflicted on her by the killer(s)  when she returned from a place of Quaranic lessons. 

Grieving Kasimu said: “I was not at home when the incident happened. The younger sister was not at home too, she went for Quaranic lessons but when she returned home, she saw her at the back of the house with deep cuts all over her body. She had been raped and killed.

“Somebody called me on the phone that I should come home but he refused to tell me what happened. When I got home, I saw that my daughter had been raped and stabbed to death."

-The Daily Crucible


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