Tuesday, 4 September 2018

Police Arrest Headmaster For Defiling 4 Pupils In Enugu

The police command in the state of Enugu has arrested a school director, an Idoko Nathaniel, 50, from the village of Mkpamteulo, the Enugu Ezike community, for allegedly defiling four pupils under his care.

The spokesman for the command, Ebere Amaraizu, said Monday in a statement that the incident occurred at the Migrant Farmers Children's School in the Aguibeji community in Enugu Ezike, Igboeze North Local Government Area.

Amaraizu said that workers from the Gender Unit of the State Criminal Intelligence and Investigations Department investigated the suspect for weeks in connection with his allegedly shameful activities.

He noted that the suspect had allegedly been sexually abused in a bush near the school in the afternoon of July 17, and had soiled the four minors between the ages of five and six.

"It was concluded that the headmaster would have used his fingers on the private parts of the four female school pupils, who have inflicted serious injuries on him and are therefore running abnormally.

"It was further gathered that this was revealed as one of the victim school pupils opened up to her parents at what appeared in the school where she was contaminated by the rector." However, this led to the arrest of the rector. In his reaction, the headmaster deplored his deed and accused it of Satan, "Amaraizu said.

The spokesman further revealed that the headmaster claimed that he was a father and had a wife at home. "My wife is not happy with me about this incident, I beg my wife, the parents of the children and God to forgive me," Amaraizu quoted the accused as begging, about whether he had sexually assaulted school children before, said the headmaster that this was his first time and that it was done for nothing.

The police spokesman said that the affected students were currently being treated by medical doctors from the police medical department of the command, while the investigation had begun. Amaraizu said the headmaster would be sued before the end of the investigation.

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