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Court remands three in prison for alleged gang-rape


he Kwara State Magistrates Court in Ilorin has remanded three persons – Toyin Toheeb, Jamiu Abdullah and Aliu Mustapha – in prison for allegedly gang-raping an 18-year-old.

According to police report, the suspects committed the crime when the victim went to Atlanta Hostel, Malete, to fetch water.

The suspects reportedly confessed to the crime, and the prosecutor urged the court to remand them following the motion exparte attached to their charges.

Magistrate Ibrahim Dasuki thus ordered their remand in the Correctional facility till May 7.

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