Saturday, 12 March 2022

Bamise: Another lady reveals how arrested BRT driver wanted to rape her inside bus

A medical doctor, Onyinyechi Anoke, has narrated how she escaped being raped by Nice Omininikoron, the driver of the Bus Rapid Transit vehicle remanded over the murder of a passenger, 

Oluwabamise Ayanwola.


The doctor is the second lady accusing Nice, who was remanded in prison on Friday, of rape after the death of Bamise.

The narratives of the medical doctor and a former salesgirl, who spoke exclusively withThe PUNCH, are similar to the late Bamise’s revelation in the text and audio chats the deceased sent to her friend after sensing danger inside Nice’s BRT.

However, despite the revelations, the Lagos State Police Command and Lagos State Government are yet to make any official statements on the fresh accusations.

The state government and police had earlier been alleged of a cover-up by a Senior Advocate of Nigeria, Ebun Adegboruwa.


Ex-salesgirl’s narrative

Narrating her ordeal toThe PUNCHon Thursday, the lady accused the 47-year-old of raping her on the BRT bus.

The female victim accused Omininikoron of raping her on November 25, 2021, sharing a similar narrative with Bamise’s saga.

The former salesgirl at a shop in Ajah said after she closed from work around 8 pm, she boarded the BRT bus driven by the suspect.

The driver was to convey her from the Alesh Bus Stop in Ajah, to Jakande, along the Lekki-Epe Expressway, when things took another dimension.


The victim said she could not call for help because Omininikoron parked the bus at a desolate location, adding that he refused to let her go after allegedly raping her.

She also claimed that Nice threatened to stab her.

A statement of account provided by the victim confirmed Omininikoron sent N3,000 to her on November 25, 2021.

A video clip of her torn clothes was also seen by our correspondent.


Source: Punchng 

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