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Douala: Two Teenage Boys Sexually Abused,Suspect In Custody

A man is being interrogated for committing sodomy on two kids of a private primary school in the New Priso neighbourhood of Douala II Subdivision on Saturday, April 9, 2016. The commercial motorbike rider compelled the two children to have anal and mouth intercourse with him after first luring the nine-year old Class Four pupil and seven-year old Class Three pupil with a free ride on his motorbike around the neighbourhood.

Before entering his bedroom, he sternly warned the children not to cry out aloud, lest they will be whipped. Both victims and the rider live in the area, Kuwait, in New Priso neighbourhood. When policemen nabbed him and began preliminary investigations, he said the mouth intercourse was preferred because the boys were too small for homosexual sex.

The victims narrated their ordeal to teachers of their school on Monday April 11, 2016, noting that the motorbike rider picked them up just to give them a ride, but took them to his home, a little distance from where they live. The news soon spread like wild fire in the area when police officers stormed the neighbourhood and arrested the close to 45-year-old man at home on Saturday, April 16, 2016.

As at press time yesterday, April 20, 2016, the families of the two children were continuing with a series of medical tests on the children, while men of the Public Security Police Station in the Douala II Subdivision were pursuing investigations into the matter. Meanwhile, members of the families have vowed to pursue the case to its logical conclusion.

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