A young lady has made a post on Facebook which did not go down well with the commissioner for Water Resources in Kogi State, Abdulmumuni Danga.
It was reported that Elizabeth was abttered, brutalized, and allegedly raped by the commissioner for calling him out on Facebook.
Elizabeth, made a post on Facebook, asking the commissioner to help his sister and family financially.
But unfortunately, the post didn’t go well with the commissioner. He sent thugs to kidnap Elizabeth and her three-year-old son from her house.
While speaking with the press and media, Elizabeth said the commissioner’s sister to her always complain to her, and that’s why she decided to make that post.
She said, a local comedian had made a post about the commissioner sharing food when his family are suffering, that was the only reason she made the post on Facebook.
According to the victim she made that comment about the commissioner on the 29th of March 2020.
She disclosed that after making the post, series of attack came on her both online and offline. She was not aware that some guys where sent after her to kidnap her.
She revealed that some of the guys flogged her including Danga himeself. They also stripped her naked and made a video of her, threatening to make it public if she ever make such public post about him.
Elizabeth said she was made to apologize under duress behind a camera that what she wrote about him was not true and she had to because of her life was in danger.
She alleged that the commissioner smashed her phone and destroyed it totally, in case she was recording all that has been happening there.
In a video of the apology sighted by the Infoxclusive Media, it could be seen that Elizabeth and the commissioner’s sister were both in tears while being recorded.
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She also explained that the commissioner held her hostage and at night, he took her to a hotel and raped her forcefully.
Dorothy Njemanze, a rights advocate is the one leading the demand for justice for the victim.
She told newsmen that a coalition of human rights organisations had been setup to make justice and duly compensation is given to the victim.
She also called for the immediate suspension of the commissioner from the cabinet of the Kogi State.
She said, “The lady was brutalised and was also sexually violated before released the next day. We are going all out for justice.”
The commissioner was not available for comments at the time this report was published as calls placed to his mobile lines went unanswered.