Woman Narrates – How Soldiers Raped & Tortured Us In Abuja Barracks

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Some troopers of the Nigerian Military in Abuja have been accused of torturing and raping dozens of women arrested from Obigbo (Oyigbo) in Rivers State, between October and November 2020, throughout a raid within the space.
SaharaReporters obtained the accounts of two of the women, though the audio clip couldn’t be shared due to the peace of mind of anonymity and confidentiality given to the victims.

The ladies confessed that two feminine victims have been tortured to demise whereas others have been routinely raped through the weeks they spent on the detention facility in Mogadishu Barracks, Asokoro.

How Soldiers Raped & Tortured Us In Abuja Barracks’ – Women Narrates

The females have been arrested from round a market in Obigbo on their means house from work between 7pm and seven.30pm on November 2020 and initially taken to the Nigerian Military base in Obinze Military Barracks, Owerri, Imo State.

From there, they have been transported to Abuja and detained for “questioning” at Mogadishu Barracks, Abuja the place a lot of them have been subsequently routinely raped.

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“I used to be raped thrice. The troopers shouted on us. They got here within the morning and within the night. We couldn’t simply decide their identities. One in all us was crushed to demise. She was taken out of the detention and by no means returned. There have been many people – round 50 women,” one of many victims mentioned.

One other sufferer mentioned:-
“I used to be arrested across the market sq. whereas coming back from work. I used to be taken to Obinze barracks and from there the next day, all of us discovered ourselves in Abuja. I used to be raped additionally. I secured my freedom by way of a lawyer solely final week. A few of us have been tortured as we have been being raped.”

A civic organisation, Worldwide Society for Civil Liberties and Rule of Regulation, from Owerri, Imo State, in a report on the incident, mentioned not less than 53 females have been raided from Obigbo, and most of them are feared to have been sexually molested by the Nigerian Military personnel.

The report was signed by Emeka Umeagbalasi, the organisation’s board chairman, Barrister Obianuju Igboeli, Head of Civil Liberties and Rule of Regulation, and others.

“The 53 younger women and girls and others in non-menopausal age bracket, have been kidnapped by the Nigerian Military in Obigbo, Rivers State, and serially raped for weeks by its troopers on the Mogadishu (Abacha) Barracks in Abuja.
“All of the suspects, from our a number of investigations, have been engaged in several types of authentic occupation and different lawful social actions earlier than the raid by the military.

Retired Lt Gen Tukur Yusuf Buratai, as instant previous Chief of Military Workers, chillingly left a legacy of monstrosity and barbarism within the Nigerian Military. It’s a peak of abomination for troopers of the Nigerian to have degraded themselves to the extent of partaking in serial rape and different abominable sexual violence in opposition to harmless and defenceless ladies contained in the Mogadishu Barracks – a spot not distant from the Headquarters of the Nigerian Military in Abuja,” the report mentioned.

The group referred to as for an unbiased authorities’s investigation of the incident, whereas demanding that Buratai and different culpable serving and retired navy officers be dropped at justice.

Supply: SaharaReporters

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