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15-Year-Old Girl Allegedly Gang-Raped In Delta

Nigerian activist and a member at Delta State Judicial Panel of Inquiry on Police Brutality, Harrison Gwamnishu, has reported a case of gang rape of a fifteen-year-old girl in Delta.

The activist revealed in a post on his Facebook account that the teenager was gang-raped by seven men in the Isele-Uku community of the state.


“Our attention was drawn to a case of a young girl aged 15 who was raped by seven able-bodied men in Issele-Uku yesterday.”

Gwamnishu explained that the young girl had issues with a woman in the community, and that her son, one of the culprits whom she saw as a big uncle called her to hear her side of the story, after she got there at about 7pm in the evening.

However, as she was trying to explain what happened to the man, he dragged her inside the room where 6 of his friends were waiting, turned on the music, increased the volume so that nobody would hear their heinous act and then took turns on this young girl.

She reportedly sustained 2° perineal tear, bleeding profusely and was in severe pains. Some indigenes took her to the hospital in the community where it was certified that hymen was torn jaggedly.

Behind Bars Family led by Harrison Gwamnishu stepped in and took her to Asaba Specialist Hospital for further medical care.

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Developments on the incident would be made available here on this platform as investigation continues on the matter.

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