Police Hunt For Man Who Allegedly Raped 13-Year Old

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By Ogar Monday

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The Police in Cross River State is on the search for one Ebani Linus Ike for raping a minor.

The information was made public by Basic Rights Council Initiative, BRCI, a non-governmental organisation working around abused women and children issues, and with an office in Calabar.

Linus Ike, the NGO revealed, is wanted for allegedly raping a 13-year-old child in Akamkpa, in the Southern part of the State.

The NGO pleaded with members of the public who can provide information that leads to the arrest of the suspect to call 08090123666 or 09060426199.

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