The Bauchi State Police Command on Thursday said it had arrested a 45-year-old man for allegedly raping his 11-year-old daughter.
The state Police Commissioner, Lawal Shehu, while parading the suspect nearby others at the police central command in Bauchi on Thursday, communicated stress over the expanding rate of assault cases in the state.
He promised that all suspected attackers would be charged to court and indicted.
“Since January, we have captured more than 10 suspected attackers,” Mr. Shehu said. “Just in the not so distant future, we recorded more than five cases. It is troubling that among the suspects captured incorporate a 45-year-old man who assaulted his 11 years of age girl and two matured men who are between 45 to 54 years who assaulted babies of somewhere around two and four years.
“Any suspect captured in association with assault would be charged to court and be arraigned in light of the fact that assault suspects won’t be bailable. Actually when courts are on strike, the suspects will stay in confinement till court continue and will be charge to court.”
The suspect, Abubakar Magaji, an occupant of Liman Kagum in Bauchi LGA, said he occupied with the terrible demonstration on the grounds that his wife left him.
Mr. Magaji, a father of four admitted to have assaulted his girl twice.
“I am embarrassed about myself on the grounds that it was enticement that drove me to do it,” he said. “I separated her mom and wedded an alternate wife yet lamentably my wife likewise left me a month back so I required a lady to be with so that was the reason I did it