A 37-year-old Ibeno Local Government Area resident named Honest Okon Ufokiko has been detained by the Eket Area Command Police for allegedly kidnapping and trafficking a 14-year-old girl named Enobong Udotai.
Following a petition from the Child’s Right and Rehabilitation Network (CRARN) to the Police Commander of Eket Area Command after the victim went to the Organization and lodged her complaints, Mr. Ufokiko was detained by the police crack unit commanded by Inspector Wisdom Ndak throughout the last week.
The victim who is an orphan of both parents from Effoi, Eket accused the culprit of luring her over the internet while claiming to be her biological father. She said she was in a government orphanage home in Uyo and a student of Connelly Cornelia College Uyo and was billed to write her final Senior Secondary Certificate Exams of the West African Examination Council (WAEC), when the suspect lured and [email protected] her in 2019.
She said the suspect didn’t only [email protected] her, but had impregnated her five times as well as f%rced her to carry out ab%rtions three consecutive times, one of which almost cost her life. She equally told the Police that Mr. Ufokiko often f%rced her to sleep with different men since she was [email protected] while he collected the proceeds and when she gave birth to a child he f%rced it on one of his clients who is a high profile politician in the State and cœrced him to be paying monthly child support to him.
Miss Enobong further told the Police that when she got tired of being in captivity, she wanted to flee but Mr. Ufokiko r¥ffled and [email protected] her. This caused her body inj¥ries, [email protected] her left arm even when he knew she was carrying a two-month old pregnancy and was only rescued by neighbors when he wanted to [email protected] her. She said her captor warned her not to play funny or report the matter to the Police as it would be an effort in futility since he was highly connected and would not hesitate to use charms from his witch doctors to [email protected] her