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Wednesday, 16 March 2016

I Was Made To Act As A Sex Machine - Kidnapped Schoolgirl

A 15-year-old schoolgirl, Patience Paul who was abducted in Sokoto state, has explained her ordeal at the hands of her abductor.

The teenager who was forcefully abducted and converted to Islam explained that she was held in captivity and sexually abused for seven months at the residence of Sarkin Baki (king of strangers).

According to Leadership, Patience explained:

“I was sent to buy biscuits and on my way I saw him (her abductor) and he persuaded me to come to his bungalow.”

On whether she was forced into marriage in Sokoto, the primary six pupil answered in the negative, stating however, that her abductor turned her into a sex slave at the house of the Sarkin Baki.

She said:

“Yes, he was forcefully making love to me any time he wanted. “They first took me to Sarkin Baki house, and kept me there for seven months before my parents came looking for me.

“They gave me something to drink, but I refused to take the drink, and they took me to one room and locked me inside the room.

“They forcefully made me to turn to Muslim and gave me another name, Aisha. Some people wanted to marry me, but the Sarkin Baki refused and said until I finish Islamic school before they marry me off.”

Barrister Ezekiel Dyagas, a lawyer with a Plateau-based NGO, who helped with the rescue of Patience said:

“Her brother, who is here with me, has been up and doing since the family realised that the little girl was missing and eventually abducted by one of her neighbours. 

“I promised the family to give me 48 hours and we would be able to trace her whereabouts. I posted her story on the website and you will not believe the response I got. 

“Within that 48 hours I was talking to the Sokoto State governor, Alhaji Aminu Tambuwal, and I told the girl’s brother that the governor will call him. 

“In fact, the governor not only called, but he played a vital role towards the freeing of Patience. He acted as a father and we appreciate his role. In short, he was instrumental to her eventual release. 

“As I am talking to you, those behind her abduction in Sokoto had been arrested and are going to face prosecution soon.”

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