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IN IKEJA: Chinese suspects arrested for alleged rape of colleague

by Damilola Agekameh

The Lagos State Police Command on Sunday, February 9, 2020, arrested two Chinese men for allegedly raping one of their male colleagues while he was asleep.

The suspects, Yang Liang Ming, 41, and Wang Gui-Moi, 45, were arrested following a petition to Area F Command by Jun Lan-Yin, the alleged victim. 

According to the Police, the incident occurred at No 49, Morrison Crescent, Alausa, Ikeja, on January 23, 2020.

The suspects and the complainant all work for Lifemate Furniture and reside at the company’s quarters where the alleged rape occurred.

Lan-Yin, in his petition, alleged that the suspects forcefully raped him while he was asleep.

Although the suspects denied the allegation, medical report from Mirabel Centre, Lagos State University Teaching Hospital (LASUTH), proved that the victim was raped.

Police sources also discovered that both the suspects and victim were residing in Nigeria illegally as their visas had since expired.

It was learnt that other victims had earlier complained about the suspect’s homosexual advances towards them and the company was aware and may testify if called upon to do so.



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