How Nurse Under Sedation 'caught' Doctor Raping Her During Surgery

The medical director of Ayodele Hospital in Sawmill Area, Ilorin, Kwara State, was raped by one Ayodele Joseph while the patient was under anesthesia for surgery, according to the police, who have described how the nurse was able to witness the incident.


The Kwara State Commissioner of Police, Paul Odama, presented Ayodele Joseph to journalists in Ilorin on Friday in connection with the alleged rape of his patient, a nurse.


On May 5, 2023, the doctor allegedly sexually assaulted the nurse while performing surgery on her in his facility.


The nurse had set up her phone to record the surgery, but afterwards realized that the doctor had raped her while she was unconscious due to the anesthesia, according to CP Odama.


The police commissioner described the incident as follows: "On May 5, one female victim (name withheld) went to Ayodele Hospital at No. 290, Sawmill Area, Lagos Road, Ilorin for surgery, according to a nurse.


“The chief medical director of the hospital, one Dr Ayodele Joseph, during the procedure sedated the patient, which led her to become unconscious.


“Before the sedation, fearing any mishap, the patient activated her telephone and placed it in a vantage position to record the surgery unknown to the doctor.


“She woke up from sleep after the surgery to find herself fully naked and when viewing the recorded video, she discovered that Joseph had unlawful sexual intercourse with her while under sedation,” he said.


The video tape of the doctor's sexual activity, according to the police commissioner, is already in their possession.


“This same suspect had recently been arraigned by the Police for the offences of criminal conspiracy, negligent conduct, causing hurt by act endangering life or personal safety of others and culpable homicide arising from his unprofessional conduct.


“He would be charged to court again for rape after conclusion of investigation,” Odama said.


The CP also displayed Olaoye Oladapo, Isaac Idowu, and other fugitive suspects who were allegedly associated with an infamous robbery group that terrorized several areas of the state.


He claimed that the gang's practice during such operations was to fatally shoot its victims.


Other defendants, including two women, were charged with being part of a ring of thieves and a covert cult.


They are Aminah Muhammad, Zainab Lawal, Kabiru Fatai, Sa'adu Alubu, and Aluku Ridwan.


Odama claimed that the police found evidence including two blades, some hard drugs believed to be "ICE," and dried plants believed to be cannabis sativa.


Adeniyi Wasiu and Habeeb Morufu were also brought out in front of the court for criminal conspiracy and narcotics possession.


Three alleged ritualists, Mahmud Abdulraheem, Abubakar Bamidele, and Odekunle Fawad, were also paraded.


At the conclusion of the ongoing investigations, all suspects, according to the state police chief, will be charged.





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