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Lagos Big Boys drug and film 23-year-old girl while raping her

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Two men addressed as “Lekki Big Boys” or “Lagos Big Boys” have been brought under the full weight of the law after they were arrested for drugging and raping a 23-year-old girl whom they hosted. The two boys are Razaq Oluwaseun Oke, 28, dressed in Blue and Don-Chima George, 25.

The boys committed the dreaded act at the hotel owned by the father of one of the boys, Don-Chima George.

Police report has it that the boys took the girl to a club on Saturday, 2nd February and offered her a wine which they have drugged already. After the effect of the drug kicked in on the girl, the took her weak and tired body to Dallankester hotel in Lekki phase one, Lagos state.

Lekki Big Boys drug and film 23-year-old girl while rapping her

Both suspect took turns on their victim who lay helpless due to the drugs in her body system. While they took turns they deemed it necessary to film the abuse, so they did.

The drugged girl waking up from her induced sleep and feeling uncomfortable asked the boys if they had done anything with her.

They boys denied having any carnal knowledge of her.

Not satisfied with their reply, the girl called in her elder brother complaining that she had been abused sexually. The brother immediately reached out to policemen from Maroko Division. The men were led by the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Isah Abdulmajid to the hotel room.

It was at the moment of searching the suspects that the police found the video of the abuse which was enough reason to arrest the Lekki big boys.  Lagos state Commissioner of Police, CP Edgal Imohimi immediately directed the Gender Section of the Command to investigate and prosecute the lekki big boys to serve as warning to others.

For what is worth, raping a girl is a criminal offence all over the world and this case is worse as the rape victim was drugged. In Nigerian, anyone who commits the act of rape is liable to life imprisonment with or without canning, according to section 358 of the criminal code act.

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