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Policeman Dismissed In Ebonyi for Molesting 14 Year Old Girl



A policeman has been dismissed in Ebonyi state after going through an orderly room trial for defiling a 14 year-old girl.

Ebonyi state Coordinator of the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC), Okorie Christopher Onyekachi who commended the state’s police command for not shielding the policeman, said they are working hard to ensure that the former security operative who is in his 30s is prosecuted.

Onyekachi Said;

“One police officer has been sacked after undergoing an orderly room trial and we are also moving for his court trial but he has gone through police orderly room trial; police internal disciplinary action which led to his dismissal. We are now moving for his trial in the court. He was accused of defiling a minor, the child is about 14 years while the policeman is in his early 30s.

“We are grateful to the state commissioner of police who has been very helpful to us. He understands what humanity is all about. Once a petition from the National Human Rights Commission is sent to him, the following morning, we will get a call that it has been assigned.

“He usually tells us to deal with him directly, that he doesn’t want the image of the police to be dented. So, he has helped us in so many ways. In 2019, we handled like 45 cases and 12 cases this year.

“Four of the 2019 cases had to do with Gender-Based Sexual Violence and these are all minors. Pitiably, a man molested a three-year- old girl. The issue of violating minors is on the increase but under-reported.

“The only time the cases are reported is when there is an underlying conflict among the families involved. “Domestic violence is on the increase even though under-reported. Under-reporting is the problem we are having on this issue of domestic violence.

“If you see the culture of Igbo land; the culture changes because of the influence of external cultures too. What happens here is that most families are not literate, our culture has not been given the necessary push or change it deserves to really give us the good result that we need. In that aspect, there is a low percentage of reporting cases of violence because of the culture; it is actually considered normal for a woman to be beaten by her husband.

“When it is so, a woman is indoctrinated to believe it that way. Women should know that they are human beings and being a human being, nobody has a right to infringe upon your own rights because the person’s rights start where your own start. Marriage does not reduce your personal rights. So, the person you are marrying should respect your rights.”



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