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Sodomy: Cross Rivers State Police Command Arrest School Teacher For Having Anal Sex With A 9 Years Old Boy, For Over A Year

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Cross Rivers State police command says it has arrested one Samuel John Ikpeme, a school teacher, for sodomizing a 9-year-old boy in Calabar, Cross River State.

The 9 years old victim is a pupil in the school where the suspect teaches, situated along Parliamentary Road, in Calabar Municipality local government area. Sources within his school said the victim started the school in April 2018, when his parents moved into Akai Efa, and few weeks after, the suspect started sodomizing him until a Child Rights Activist and the Principal Counsel of Basic Rights Council Initiative (BRCI), Barr. James Ibor came to the rescue of the minor.

The child rights activist James Ibor, told newsmen that the suspect had threatened to kill the victim if he mentioned the act to his parents or aid, “The boy’s anus has been badly lacerated because his inner wear was also heavily covered with bloodstains coming out from his anus. “He has been taken to the hospital for further examination to determine the degree of damage as both semen and bloodstains were seen on his underwear. “I want to call on parents and guardians alike to always, as a matter of necessity, take a deeper look at their kids and wards, especially as it concerns their reaction and behavior in and out of school.

“Parents must understand resentment and reaction by their kids about or towards any teacher, as well as anyone around them.” “The boy has concealed the dastardly act from his parents for over a year because the teacher threatened to kill him if he ever tells anyone but this is a call for us to closely monitor our kids.

The Cross River State Police Public Relations Officer, PPRO, DSP Irene Ugbo, when contacted confirmed the report, “We have arrested a teacher from a primary school in Calabar for sodomizing a 9-year-old boy and he is currently being interrogated at the Area Command “Although he is denying, there are hard evidence proving otherwise, and the matter will be transfer to state Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for further investigation so that he can be charged to court.

 

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