Awful! Commercial Bus Driver Destroys 7-Year-Old Girl’s Bladder After Raping Her Constantly

A 40-Year-Old commercial bus driver has been accused of defiling a 7-year-old girl in Lagos leaving her bladder damaged. According to reports, the incident took place at a compound in Ilupeju, Lagos. The victim was said to have always visit the suspect, Baba Michael who lives with his uncle to play with his four-month-old son. But unknown to her mother, the little girl was sexually violated all that time she has been visiting. However, the incident came to light after the girl urinated on her body repeatedly in school during her examination.

Her mother said, “she urinated on herself in the class during exams. It was her classmate, sitting close to her, that first noticed her unusual behaviour. When her teacher sent for me, she said she thought it was the exam anxiety that made her to urinate on her body. She allowed her to continue with her exams. But a few minutes later, she urinated again. The teacher and headmaster asked me if she had been bedwetting before then, I told them it was long she stopped. It was then I knew something was terribly wrong with my daughter. I started weeping. Before I got to her school, the management had invited Child Protection Network, a human rights group. After much interrogation, my daughter confessed that it was Baba Michael, our neighbour, who defiled her. Baba Michael just moved into our compound two months ago. He lives with his uncle and fourmonth-old baby”.

“It is my daughter that usually takes care of the little baby. She also used to run errands for the man. I didn’t know something like that was happening right under my nose. However, I noticed that the man usually calls all young girls in the compound his wife. We were able to arrest the suspect through the support of his uncle. My advice to parents and guardians is to take good care of their children, especially the girl-child. They should prevent them from staying in isolated places,” she added.

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