The Ogun State Police Command stated it has arrested a 52-year-old father, Emmanuel Ikhine, for allegedly impregnating his 18-year-old daughter.
Ikhine reportedly had carnal data of her daughter a number of instances which resulted in being pregnant.
The randy father was stated to have divorced his spouse just a few years in the past and had since been having carnal data of her solely feminine baby out of three kids.
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, Abimbola Oyeyemi, disclosed this in a statement on Monday.
Oyeyemi stated the suspect was arrested following a report by a neighbour, Yemisi Ashade.
The PPRO stated the daughter reported the case to a neighbour when she may not bear the pains of sexual assaults by her father.
According to Oyeyemi, the daughter stated she was threatened to not expose the affair to anybody.
Oyeyemi stated the command found that the daughter was pregnant for her father when a take a look at was carried out on her.
“She said additional that she will be able to not bear the sexual assault therefore she confided in her.
“Upon the report, the DPO Sango -Ota, CSP Godwin Idehai, detailed his detectives to the scene the place the randy father was promptly arrested.
“On interrogation, he made a confessional statement that he has been having carnal data of the sufferer lengthy prior to now since he has separated from his spouse.
“The sufferer who claimed to be the one lady amongst the three kids of her father defined how the suspect has been sleeping together with her every time her two brothers usually are not round with risk, however, when she can’t bear it, she reported to their neighbour who introduced her to the station to report.
“The sufferer was taken to hospital the place it was confirmed that she was already pregnant for her father.
“Meanwhile the Commissioner of Police, Bashir makama, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to the Anti-human Trafficking and Child Labour Unit of state Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and prosecution,” Oyeyemi said