RMD Writes An Open Letter To Abuja Commissioner of Police, Over Release Of Khloe’s Rapist On Friday
A man; Idris Ebiloma, who has been identified as the cook of the home, in which he raped 4-year-old Khloe, is said to gain freedom on Friday. As a reaction to this, Tonto Dike and other well-meaning Nigerian have stood up to fight this cause, insisting on life imprisonment sentence to the accused.
According to reports, Idris from odolu LGA of Kogi state was said to have lured the young girl into using the guest toilet where he carried out his dastardly act, penetrating and leaving the young girl in pains, as evidently seen in pictures.
In a bid to fight for justice, Nigerian actor; Richard Mofe Damijo, has penned an open letter to the Commissioner of Police, Abuja; Bala Ciroma, saying;
“AN OPEN LETTER TO FCT CP.
Dear CP Bala Ciroma,
I am hearing rumours that nearly 3 years ago, in your jurisdiction, a full-grown man Mr IDRIS EBILOMA allegedly raped a 4-year-old child. All rapes are evil, damaging and unforgivable but the rape of a child? That in itself is not only the worst form of rape but one of the most heinous crimes anyone can commit but more disheartening than the crime itself is the allegation that the police is frustrating efforts to get this innocent child the justice she so badly deserves.
With the increased spate of insecurity, abuse of personal freedom (especially by SARS) and now rape. The police cannot play ostrich and pretend to be unaware of the mood of the nation. What better time and what better way to prove that the police is indeed our friend by ensuring that the investigation and evidence(s) presented to the court are thorough and an iron-clad case made against the offender.
Sir, I have never met you but I hear that you’re a good man and I am going by that assumption which is why I am writing you this open letter, hoping that the power of social media will lead it to you and trusting that you will live up to your reputation and use your noble office to get KHLOE the justice she deserves, that way she grows up having great hopes in our law enforcement and judiciary.
Sir, CP Bala, we are rooting for you to write your name in gold in Nigeria’s history by being the one who made it happen.