A 30-year-old man has been arrested in Lagos State for allegedly raping his neighbour's 4-year-old son.
According to the report, Ovivare who is believed to be a gay man, was arrested by policemen from the Aguda Division of the State Command after he lured the young boy on his way back from school and raped him through the anus.
Ovivare's cover was burst after the boy's mother saw him coming out of the suspect's room and the boy complained to his mother that Ovivare had 'put his wee wee inside my bum bum.'
the victim's mother who said she was shocked at the child's complaint, said:
“Normally, my son stays in the Head Teacher’s house after school, when I am not through with my work. So when we came home, I gave him food and bathed him.
After sometime he said, ‘mummy I want to go outside and play’. Since I was still busy with cleaning, I allowed him.
After sometime, when I did not hear his voice, I came outside and shouted his name. He ran out from a neighbour’s room. I asked him what he was doing there.
He said Brother Prince was kissing him and put his wee wee inside his bum bum. I checked my son and he had some bruises on his buttocks.
I rushed to Aguda Police Station. They took my statement, asked my son questions and he kept repeating the same thing. Then police referred me to Mirabel Centre at Ikeja Teaching Hospital.
The next morning, I took my son to Ikeja and the doctors did some tests. After examining him, they confirmed he was indeed assaulted.
At the hospital, they gave me some drugs and said they should make sure that the suspect is arrested. I went back to the station and came with police to arrest him.
I want relevant agencies to come to my help for justice. I need justice for this wickedness done to my child. My son is traumatised. He told me the suspect said he would kill him (my son) if he told me.
I have not been able to sleep for days now. I cannot even eat. How could this human being be this wicked?”
The State Police Command Public Relations Officer, SP Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the incident, saying the suspect, Prince Ovivare, is in custody as police are awaiting the result of the test from Mirabel Centre.