Confession Of A Nigerian Rapist Who Lures Sexy Women, Facebook Friends To Hotels In Lagos

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August 25, 2016 – Shocking Confession Of Nigerian Rapist Who Lures His Victims, Sexy Lures Sexy Women, Facebook Friends To Hotels In Lagos

The father of two arrested for allegedly luring beautiful women through social media to rob and rape them has said he took to the act to raise money for his daughter’s treatment.

The suspect, Oluwole Falushe, was arrested by operatives of the FESTAC Police Division on Monday while attempting to rob, rape another victim.

Falushe, who opened a Facebook account, using a fake name, Nifemi Ajanaku, has allegedly lured his victims to hotels in Lagos only to drug, rape and steal their valuables.

He was exposed by a victim, who met him through her cousin.

Although the suspect denied raping the women, he said he lured them to the hotel so that he can steal their valuables, sell them and send the money to Ilesha where his daughter was being treated.

“I do not rape them. I don’t also drug them. We usually have sex but I steal their things and run. I was desperate in need of money to send to my wife so that one of my daughters who is sick can be treated.

“It is not true that I drugged anybody. I invited Mercy’s sister to Oprah Hotel in FESTAC because Mercy, who was my friend on Facebook said she was out of town. We have been friends for over a year. And so, when I told her I wanted a lady to have good time with, she told me she went for a burial in Edo State but she sent her cousin’s number.

“So, I called her and she agreed to come on the condition that I will pay her N30,000 after everything. I stay in Egbeda but I took her to FESTAC. When she came, we had fun and then I stole her two phones and wristwatch. I sold one of the phones N20,000 and sent the money to my wife in Osun State for my daughter’s treatment.

“I also collected her Automated Teller Machine (ATM) card and asked her to give me her pin that I was a banker and wanted to transfer money to her, which she did. But I did not collect any money from her account because she only had N1, 500 in the account,” he claimed.

The victim’s cousin, Mercy Nwang, 21, said the suspect invited her for his birthday party but since she was not around, she asked her cousin to go.

“I have known him for over a year on Facebook but I have never honoured his invitation. He claimed to be a bank manager at Festac. That day he said it was his birthday and since I was not around, I told him my cousin will attend.

“But I was surprised after my cousin came back and narrated that she was drugged and raped by him and that he stole her phones and ATM card. He only left her with N50, which could not even take her back to Iyana-Ipaja where she came from to attend the supposed party.

“I then searched on Facebook but discovered that he has blocked me. My cousin signed in with her account and we saw that we have mutual friends, one of them is my good friend, Vivian, who agreed to help us after I told her what happened. She started chatting with him and he planned to do the same thing to her. He invited her but she now alerted the police and he was arrested at the Zenith Bank where he claimed he was working.”

The victim (name withheld), who said she woke up to discover that she has been raped, stated that she became unconscious after he offered her a non-alcoholic beverage.

She said he begged for forgiveness that same night and told her that they should go to the restaurant to eat, only for him to leave her there in the guise of going upstairs to speak with his manager.

“I was still at the restaurant waiting when the receptionist brought my food. But I told her to take it to the room that I want to eat there. She refused that she won’t go to the room unless I followed her. Since I had the key to Room 103 with me, I followed her only to see the room open and my phones and everything gone. He took everything and withdrew the N172, 000 I had in my account,” she claimed.

[The Nation]

13 thoughts on “Confession Of A Nigerian Rapist Who Lures Sexy Women, Facebook Friends To Hotels In Lagos

  1. The man claims his crimes are to enable him take care of his daughter’s treatment but he is violating other people’s daughters. There is careful planning involved in the execution of the robbery so there is no way he can convince anybody that the rape was not part of his plan and that the lady was a willing partner in that aspect of this story.
    These Facebook “friendships” sha; one cannot help but wonder why people in one’s neighborhood no longer hold any attraction for women that they expose themselves to situations such as described in this story, just to make “friends”. Na wa o !

  2. This has been his professional job but luck ran out of him this time. Now time to pay back all the money plus some jail time than after that you learn not to rob & rape women to care for your family.

  3. The entire story boils down on greed, sharp practice and “runs”by all the parties involved. Your friend you knew on facebook just withing a year invited you to a party, you couldnt attend and you gave out your cousin’s contact. Was the cousin drugged b4 she got to the venue of the supposed party? that she couldnt turn back when she discovered there was no sign of a party going on there? according to her story, the man raped her and he apologised, and it was that same man you went to the restaurant with, and you still insisted that the waitress should take your food to the same room where you were raped? he withdrew 170k from your account in one day through the use of your ATM card when the maximum daily withdrawal from any ATM irrespective of the bank is less than 150k per day? those girls thought they were smart with the believe that the fake lover boy was a supposed “bank manager” but the man was smarter.

  4. If you want to use the money for your daughters treatment you should at least try begging them and see if they will help you

  5. So what did those women think would happen when invited to a hotel room meeting with a stranger they met on social media? Am I missing something here? With all the ritual killings going on and missing persons in Nigeria, some women are still foolish, gullible and greedy enough to go meet with strangers in hotels? As for the one demanding she be paid N30,000 for having fun with the man, is her “thing” lined with gold? If the man and woman both enjoy the acts, why should the man be paying that much? Na wah for these women o. You better go look for work, even if selling vegetables in the market, rather than risking your lives. One day, you will meet with vampires in the hotel. I thought people learnt their lesson from the movie “Jenifa” by our very own Funke Akindele. Good luck!

  6. Great comment from Ms. Lola O, but claiming to destroyed, raped, and stole valuable from many foolish women in order to raise money for the treatment of his sick daughter that will become a woman one day is laughable and total lies. That criminal and heartless rapist and thief should serve punishment without mercy from the judge. What a wicked soul!

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