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Man rapes neighbours daughter to death




A 49-YEAR-OLD man, Baba Idi, has allegedly raped his neighbour’s daughter, Khadija Adam, to death in Kano State.

  Adam Muhammad, the father of the deceased girl, revealed that the suspect threatened to kill the teenage girl if she ever discloses it to anyone.

  He also said his wife got to know about the incident when she was to bath their daughter and noticed blood coming out from her private part.

  He said: “I was not at home on that fateful day. Her mother, while bathing her, saw blood coming out from her body.

  “When she asked her what happened to her, she mentioned our neighbour, Idi, known as Baba Idi.

  “She pleaded with her mother not to tell anyone because the suspect threatened to kill her using scissors, if she told anybody.

  “This is an act of inhumanity for a neighbour to commit this act. All I need is justice,” Adam demanded.

  He also said the matter is before the police and was yet to hear from them.

  Adamu revealed that he will go to the State Criminal Investigation Department (SCID), Bompai, with a view to knowing the next step and line of action.

  The mother of the deceased Jamila Adamu, similarly, beckoned on the security agencies and all other key relevant stakeholders to ensure justice prevails.

  “After she narrated to me what Baba Idi did to her, she pleaded with me that I should not tell anybody because he said he will kill her.

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  “We were at Bompai for identification. She was so frightened when the suspect was brought out from the cell.

  “Immediately after she sighted Baba Idi, she started shivering, she became so hysterical and began screaming, calling his name, that he will kill her.

“She was in severe pai, her health condition worsens and she kept on calling his name, Baba Idi.

  “We rushed her to the hospital but she gave up the ghost before reaching there,” she said.

  Jamila also revealed that the doctor who examined the deceased confirmed that she died of a heart attack.

  When the spokesperson of Kano Police Command, SP Abdullahi Haruna was contacted, he said he was still waiting to get details of what transpired from the relevant desks.

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