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Man who shared guide on how to rape a woman on Facebook on the run from authorities

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The subject who works at Depasa Marine International Nigeria, a company that deals in maritime services, is now on the run following the post which has seen widespread condemnation.

A non-governmental organization, S.T.E.R Initiative which is committed to fighting rape inNigeria made a call at his office in a bid to apprehend him but he has so far managed to avoid capture.

In the repugnant comment on the social media platform, Donatus appeared to have admitted rape and saw himself as a sort of resource to like-minds willing to explore his psychopathic behaviour.

“Well for guys that are interested before you rape make sure you punch her neck first so she can be unconscious then it will be easy to get into her pants am posting out of experience take it or leave it,” his Facebook suggestion reads.

S.T.E.R Initiative whose motto supports an intense battle to end rape have called on the public in order to ensure that the suspect is arrested.

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This is appalling, help us find Enyeobi Donatus. We need his location and contact details of his employers. Some said he works at NPA

The organization revealed on micro blogging site Twitter that it shall be meeting with representatives of his company for a further meeting so as to ensure he is nabbed.

This is appalling, help us find Enyeobi Donatus. We need his location and contact details of his employers. Some said he works at NPA pic.twitter.com/TvFB75JUrT

He’s not sorry and will probably rape again if not brought to book. We have to find him now! Any information will help, our dm is opened. pic.twitter.com/EXKOwDYLEl

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He’s not sorry and will probably rape again if not brought to book. We have to find him now! Any information will help, our dm is opened. pic.twitter.com/EXKOwDYLEl

Update: We met with his employers and confirmed that he’s currently on the run. We’ll meet again later this week to discuss further actions.pic.twitter.com/WzMTg4GCfV

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This is following an awareness campaign it started on the platform on Sunday, October 29, 2017.

 

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