MURIC demands justice as NURTW leader’s son ‘rapes’ woman inside Ibadan mosque
The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has waded into the case of a Muslim woman allegedly raped inside a mosque in Ibadan by one Idris, a.k.a. Kesari Rekereke.
The Islamic rights organisation warned that the case must not be swept under the carpet.
Ambassador of MURIC in Oyo State, Ustadh Ibrahim Agunbiade said this in a statement on Wednesday, February 1.
MURIC confirmed the identity of the suspect as one Idris, a.k.a. Kesari Rekereke.
The group further noted that Kesari Rekereke is the son of a transport union leader known as Almajiri of the Oyo State National Union of Road Transport Workers (NURTW).
The Islamic human rights organisation called for the prosecution of Idris and warned that the case must not be swept under the carpet.
Although MURIC commended the police for arresting the culprit, it maintained that justice must not only be done in this case, it must be seen to have been done.
The group also appealed to Muslims in the state to refrain from attempting any reprisal attack.
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