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[Viral Video] Police investigate harassment, torture of ladies, with canes, razor blades

The Bauchi State Police Command has said it is investigating the harassment and torture melted on about 10 young women in a viral video.

CRIMECHANNELS gathered that the Police Public Relations Officer of Benue state command, SP Ahmed Mohammed Wakil, made the disclosure in a statement on Monday, February 8, 2021.

He stated that the video showed some suspected gang members, all male, torturing the young women numbering about 10 inside an uncompleted building somewhere in the state.

His statement reads, “The attention of the Bauchi State Police Command has been drawn to a viral multimedia clip (audio and video) of a torture scene in which a gang of hardened young boys were seen cruelly inflicting severe pain and violent treatment on some group of young ladies in their late teens and early twenties,”


“The video shows the syndicate gang confining the group of captured ladies – numbering about ten of them – to an unkempt and Uncompleted building as they brutally and oppressively beat the girls with intensive strokes of the whip.”

“They further demeaned the ladies by using razor blade to cut off their hair while using vulgar words to further harass them.”

“Such open violation of human dignity is not only alarming, but an act that amounts to gender based violence.”

“While the Bauchi Police Command sympathizes with the victims of the unfortunate incidence, we would like to place on record that the victims have since been invited to give vital information that will lead to the arrest and prosecution of the perpetrators.”

“Our men have swung into action, investigations have earnestly commenced and the syndicate gang involved will be apprehended and arraigned before a court of competent jurisdiction.”

“Every woman has the right to live in dignity, free of fear, coercion, violence and discrimination and we will ensure that the Bauchi State Police Command enforces this right within ethical and standard procedure to the full extent of the law, “he added.

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