Its so agonising and difficult to come to terms with this tragic reality that a young girl child was raped and murdered at the age of 22 in the church.

It may sound like a fairytale for those who are not primarily concerned with the victim. But put yourself in the parents’ situation, your daughter went to study perhaps your only child to better her future, to grow up as a responsible citizen of our dear country and while you are waiting for her to return, you are told that she was raped and killed.

As a father, I know the pain and agony the parents of Vera Uwaila Omizuwa are passing through now. It is so painful, it’s unimaginable. I dare ask, what type of parents will raise up children that are rapists? These parents should be ashamed for raising up monsters as children.

I suggest strongly, that any child from hence forth caught raping any female child should be castrated before any other punishment is given to the person. In a case of raping resulting to death like this Vera’s case castrate the person and equally give the person death sentence.
This is the only way we can end this nonsense.

Again all higher institutions of learning, churches and mosque must boost up their internal security mechanism to prevent the occurrence of this untimely death of our children. After all, it is said that justice for one is justice for all.

Vera, I urge you to fight back. Don’t allow these monsters to go scot free.

#JusticeforUwa!
Sabastine U Anyia

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