Another notorious serial rapist arrested in Lagos

Another notorious rapist and cultist has been arrested in Lagos after eluding the police for many months.

The notorious rapist, Wasiu

According to police reports, the suspect identified as Wasiu, is said to be also be a dreaded cult member who had eluded the police for many years until his arrest which has brought great jubilation and respite to the people of the area who had been living in fear with him roaming the area.

It was learnt that Wasiu had terrorized Isolo and Ilasamaja and environs for a very long time before he was arrested at the weekend by operatives of  Ilasa Police Division following a series of complaints from concerned residents.

A resident who felt greatly relieved, said:

“Four months ago, he raped a 14-year-old girl. He locked up the girl in his room from 9.00a.m. to 8.00p.m., while the girl was repeatedly before she was later released."

Confirming the arrest of the notorious suspect, the State Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Supol Dolapo Badmos, said:

“He’s been arrested and detained for rape. He is currently undergoing interrogation with our gender desk unit. I can assure you he would be prosecuted in court.”

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