A shameless man has landed in serious trouble after he raped a 70-year-old woman to death in Ogun state.
The woman's body lying on the floor covered with cloth in her shop
A randy 33-year-old man, Dare Garuba has brutally raped to death a 70-year-old London returnee, Mrs. Egunjobi in Ogun state. The incident occurred in Egunjobi’s shop at Mowe in Ofada-Mokolokin Local Council Development Area of Ogun State.
According to NewTelegraph, witnesses said that the woman had taken two bottles of Alomo gin and became intoxicated. When she started misbehaving, the suspect reportedly offered to lead her home so that she would not be injured.
However, when Garuba led Egunjobi into her shop, he decided to take advantage of her. The incident, which occurred about 11p.m. on Sunday, forced some of the traders in the area to shut down their shops yesterday when the news of her death filtered into town.
He said: “Some of my boys and I, immediately we heard the man shouting thief, thief, we called for reinforcement and went round the market.
“Unfortunately, when we moved closed to the woman’s shop, the suspect opened the door and bolted. “When the suspect was trying to escape from the scene, one of us was able to identify him as Dare. That was how we started searching for him in the community.”
The rapist has been handed over to the police.
The Divisional Police Officer (DPO), Mowe Police Division, was said to be at the scene of the incident with the woman’s husband. But the widower refused to comment on his wife’s death.
Garuba’s mother, Mrs. Jumoke Musa, said she was fed up with the attitude of her son. She said: “I have done everything to prevent him from becoming a hoodlum. I left him with his father’s family after his father’s death because I have remarried and I did not want to endure his way of life.
“Even while staying with me in my present place, I have bailed him countless times for different offences he has committed in the community.”
The victim’s body was still in her shop, covered with a piece of cloth as people came to catch a glimpse.