A man has called out a soldier in Abuja who allegedly brutalised his daughter when she protested against him calling her a harlot.
The incident reportedly happened at Nyanya market in Abuja. According to the man identified as Tersoo Samson Akula, the soldier publicly assaulted his daughter after she told him to help her pass a bottle which was close to him before he allegedly called her derogatory names and descended on her.
The accused soldier has been identified as one Mr. Aloysius serving at the Mogadishu barracks in the Federal capital territory.
The man shared the update on Facebook.
One Mr. Aloysius soldier serving at the Mogadishu barracks manhandled my dota Miss Helen Ngodoo Akula, today 2/10/18 around 5 pm at Nyanya market all because he could. He molested her and called her all kinds of derogatory names. I have vowed that my daughter will get justice for this brutality.
No citizen of this country deserves this treatment talk less an innocent girl, who decided to stand up for right and refused to be intimidated. My daughter is highly traumatized. And I have made her a promise to get her justice!
In another post after he was being asked of the crime his daughter committed. He wrote:
For those asking What my Daughter did..
We have a shop at Nyanya main market Abuja. Its a multi -Purpose shop, we do tailoring, sell drinks(soft) etc at the shop. Yesterday my daughter went to the shop as usual, she sold a drink to someone, so when she was about to close, she went to get the money and the bottle.
According to her, the said Aloysius was sitting in the other persons shop, the guy who owns the shop was not around, and the bottle was behind the seat Aloysius was sitting on. My daughter told him that she wants to get the bottle.
He asked her what he should do, she replied that he should pass the bottle to her, since he was closer and also in the path. He replied that who is she a bloody harlot to ask him to pass the bottle to her, she then replied him that she is not a harlot, and won’t be insulted for asking him to pass the bottle she can’t get through him to pick.
That was when he got up and started beating her. She was rescued by our neighbours at the shop, who identified the soldier as Aloysius, a soldier who is posted at the Mogadishu barracks Abuja.
This testimony is validated by three eye witnesses. I have no reason to doubt my daughter too.