Bus Driver Rapes Female Passenger In Asaba Delta State After Luring Her To Spend The Night With Him

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January 23, 2018 – Woman Raped By Commercial Bus Driver Who Lured Her To Sleep In His House

Bus Driver Rapes Female Passenger In Asaba Delta State After Luring Her To Spend The Night In His Room

A 38-year-old commercial bus driver has been arrested for raping his 29-year-old female passenger.

Delta Police spokesperson said the victim boarded a commercial bus from Onitsha to Asaba en route Olomoro, Isoko South Local Government Area.

He said the victim boarded the bus at about 9.30 pm, but on getting to Koka junction in Asaba, the driver prevailed on her to spend the night in his room because it was too late to continue the journey to Olomoro.

On getting to his residence, he tied the victim’s hands with a cloth, started the electricity generating set and increasing the volume of his stereo system before raping her.

The victim escaped from the house while the suspect was in deep sleep and reported the matter to the local vigilance group in the area.

2 thoughts on “Bus Driver Rapes Female Passenger In Asaba Delta State After Luring Her To Spend The Night With Him

  1. @9.30pm, from where to where now? Can’t that jounery wait till the next day? She caused her misfortune! Can’t she lodge? Why go home with a total stranger? In as much I am not taking side, I am aware rape is a great offence but at the same time sense should be applied.

    • I quite agree with you Fifelomo. Given the situation of security in Nigeria today, no same person will embark on a long distance journey by that late hour, 9:30pm. On the other hand maybe she does not have enough money for lodging or if she used the money she have for lodging she will not have enough to come back. The driver took advantage of her helplessness to his advantage or should I say his doom. I say to his doom because he is going straight to spend the next 18 years in prison unless the police and courts look the other way as they normally do.

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