Moment Lekki rpists were caught (Video)
A video which captured moment two Lekki rapists Razaq Oke aka Ricco and Don-Chima George were caught has been released.
The video showed moments relatives of a rpe victim confronted the rpists at a hotel owned by the father of one of the rpists.
25-year-old Don-Chima George and Razaq Oke aka Ricco, 28, are accused of drugging a 23-year-old woman at a club and carrying her slightly unconscious to De Lankaster Hotel in Lekki Phase one where they both had sx with her without her consent and filmed the act.
When the woman gained consciousness, she allegedly asked them what they had done to her but they denied touching her. She then called her brother and he came to the hotel with policemen.
Twitter user @Mc_Lolahstic who shared the video of the moment the Lekki rpists who drugged and rped a girl they met at a club were caught, wrote on the platform;
Since the story is OUT. I can finally release this footage! @FisayoLonge these are the PIGS that RPED our sister. and this was the confrontations with her brother at #DE_LANKASTER_HOTEL 9 Africa Ln, Lekki Phase 1, Lagos, Nigeria
The rpe suspects were searched and in their phones, a video of them having sx with the unconscious woman was allegedly found.
A woman has now released a video showing the moment the brother of the victim arrested his sister’s rpists
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