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I Want To Take Her Home To Feed Her, Cos I Like Her” – Fake Mad Man Arrest­ed For Kid­nap­ping Teenage Girl

A fake mad man, Muyideen Fatai, has been arrest­ed after he abduct­ed an 11-year old girl, tied her mouth and was tak­ing her to an unknown des­ti­na­tion before she was res­cued in Lagos, accord­ing to a report by PM Express.

It was gath­ered that the inci­dent hap­pened along Ijani­ki Road by Total fill­ing sta­tion, Ijani­ki, Lagos, where Mr. Fatai was said to have accost­ed the vic­tim, Miss Aishat Tunde, on her way to an undis­closed des­ti­na­tion.

How­ev­er, his plan was foiled by the res­i­dents who saw what hap­pened, appre­hend­ed him, res­cued the vic­tim and hand­ed both of them over to the police for inves­ti­ga­tion.

At the Ijani­ki Police Divi­sion, Fatai pre­tend­ed that he was a mad man but that did com­pel the police to release him. They trans­ferred the mat­ter to the Anti-Kid­nap­ping depart­ment for fur­ther inter­ro­ga­tions where it was dis­cov­ered that he was not a mad per­son.

The inci­dent was con­firmed by the Lagos State Com­mis­sion­er of Police, Mr. Imo­hi­mi Edgal, at the State Com­mand, Lagos. CP Edgal stat­ed that on 17th July, 2018, the father of the vic­tim, Mr. Tunde Kamoru, 43, report­ed at the Ijani­ki police sta­tion that the sus­pect who had no fixed address muf­fled the mouth of her daugh­ter with a veil in an attempt to kid­nap her.

The attempt was foiled by the some res­i­dents who saw what hap­pened and con­tact­ed the oper­a­tives of the Neigh­bor­hood Watch. He said on the receipt of the report, he direct­ed the Anti-Kid­nap­ping Squad to take over the case and inves­ti­gate it prop­er­ly.

Edgal said that upon inter­ro­ga­tion, the sus­pect who had ear­li­er pre­tend­ed to be of unsound mind stat­ed that he liked her and was only try­ing to take her home to feed her.

CP Edgal said that inves­ti­ga­tions were still on and the sus­pect will be charged to court after the con­clu­sion of inves­ti­ga­tions.

He not­ed that the inci­dent had clear­ly shown that the mem­bers of the pub­lic were now con­scious of their envi­ron­ment and work­ing with the police for effec­tive polic­ing of the State. He fur­ther enjoined the pub­lic to remain vig­i­lant and report to the police when­ev­er they sus­pect­ed the move­ment of indi­vid­u­als around their envi­ron­ment.

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