by crossriverwatch admin
A five year old pupil of, Miss Monica Solomon was on Saturday allegedly raped by one Mr. Nsa Nsa, an officer of the Cross River State Department of Public Transportation, DOPT in Calabar.
Little Monica Solomon, a primary four pupil of Henshaw Town Primary School Calabar South, was said to have been carried by by his defiler into his house at Ekeng Abia (A) street at mid-night while she was asleep at midnight.
While speaking with CrossRiverWatch, Monica said “I was sleeping when he carried me and then slept on me while covering my mouth.”
Mr. Effanga Edet, Youth Leader, Ward 4 Calabar South while speaking to CrossRiverWatch said: “We have reported the matter at Atakpa police station and we expect an arrest to soon be made”.
But a police man who did not want to be named said, “Yes, the matter has been reported to us but when we went to effect his arrest we discovered he has ran away. We will continue to check until he is apprehended”.
But some neighbors also informed our reporter that the Police may not be able to do anything to Mr. Nsa because according to them, his brother is also a police man who always protects and shield him anytime he gets involved in such criminal acts.
CrossRiverWatch also learnt from his neighbors that, some time last year the said DOPT Officer, Mr. Nsa Nsa, raped his own daughter to the bewilderment of the neighborhood.
All attempts to hear from Nsa Nsa were not successful as his number was switched off.
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