Patient rapes nurse after she offered him home service
A man who requested a home service from a young nurse has been accused of raping her.
The defendant, David Akinloye, 41, reportedly invited the 17-years-old auxillary nurse to administer medical treatment on him at his house, where he raped her.
He was subsequently arraigned before Magistrate Patricia Adetuyibi of the Iyaganku Family Court, Ibadan.
During his arraignment, the prosecutor, Inspector Folake Ewe, told the court that Akinloye, on February 28, at about 12 midnight at Amuloko, Idi-Ose area of Ibadan, had carnal knowledge of a 17-year-old girl without her consent.
“The victim is an auxiliary nurse in her area, known by the defendant who asked her to come and treat him at home.
“After the treatment, the defendant told her that he could help her secure admission into Oyo State School of Nursing, to which the victim showed interest.
“She (the victim) later went to the defendant’s house to finalise matters on the admission when the defendant pounced on her and raped her.”
According to the prosecutor, the offence contravenes Section 34 of Oyo State Child’s Right Law, 2006.
After listening to the prosecutor, the magistrate did not take Akinloye’s plea and, instead, ordered his remand in prison at the Abolongo Correctional Centre, Oyo, pending advice from the Directorate of Public Prosecution (DPP).