Bako Anjeh, a 36-year-old man from Nasarawa-Eggon Local Government Area in Nasarawa State, has been arrested for allegedly raping a 17-year-old girl to death.
It was alleged that Anjeh forced the victim to drink gramophone, a chemical used in killing grasses before having canal knowledge of her.
ASP Ramhan Nansel, the police spokesman of the State Command, stated that the personnel of Command were able to locate the suspect.
“A complaint was brought before Akwanga Area Command by one Dimka Sarki that his daughter was lured by one Bako Anjeh to his room with the intention to have unlawful carnal knowledge of her,” the spokesman explained.
He added that when she refused, he subjected the victim to drinking gramophone, a chemical used in killing grasses, saying that after drinking it, the victim eventually became weak and he had carnal knowledge of her.
ASP Ramhan Nansel further explained that upon receipt of the complaint, police operatives swiftly moved to the scene and got the suspect arrested.
The spokesman said that the victim was taken to Ola Hospital in Akwanga Local Government Area where her statements were taken before she later died and her corpse was deposited for post-mortem.