Victims of the two suspected killers of Cynthia Osokogu have opened up that they were also drugged, raped and robbed.
Cynthia, the daughter of General Frank Osokogu (retd.) was allegedly lured to Lagos, Southwest Nigeria, by his Facebook friends, Nwabuzo Okumo and Odera Ezekiel, drugged, raped and strangled on 22 July.
Following the shocking incident that happened in a hotel in Festac and the arrest of the two suspects, two of the female victims also came forward to narrate that they had suffered a similar fate in Lagos.
The two women reportedly went to Festac Police Command to write a statement about how they were drugged, raped and robbed by the suspects now in police custody.
The Lagos Police Command Public Relations Officer, Ngozi Braide confirmed to P.M.News Friday that two women who were victims of the suspects have made useful statements to the police about the ordeal in the hands of the suspects.
She, however, declined to disclose identities of the ladies and to give details about what they told the police.
According to Braide, the women came forward on Thursday after the two suspects were paraded at the Police Command Ikeja, adding that the girls identified the suspects as the men who drugged, raped and robbed them, adding that the police are investigating the matter.
Braide advised parents not to allow their children to have unfettered access to social network sites on the internet.
She also counselled girls to be careful about men they meet on social network sites because many of them could have criminal intentions and that girls should not release vital information to their friends on the internet.