I rape Ladies because most matured single Ladies are sex-starved, says an accused rapist Chuks Emmanuel

Rather than seek for ways to wriggle out his problem, an accused rapist, Chuks Emmanuel who is notorious for luring mature, rich single ladies he meets on Facebook to hotels on a date and making love with them, said the reason he rapes them is to help them out sexually.
Emmanuel, a jobless man, who claimed to have relocated to Lagos only six months ago, would take nude photographs of his victims and blackmail them afterwards, extorting huge money from them.
The suspect said he had opened a Facebook account with the name ‘Dr Chibuzor, MD/ CEO, Health Wellbeing Therapy’, with which he searched for and sent friend requests to the his targets.
The suspect met his Waterloo after threatening to release his last victim’s nude photos which he used to defraud her of over N5million.
He was arrested by a decoy team of the Area ‘F’ Police Command, Ikeja, under the supervision of Olasoji Akinbayo, an Assistant Commissioner of Police, Emmanuel had in his statement to the police revealed that many mature single ladies were sex-starved.


While denying the allegation against him, Emmanuel said although his arrest had brought shame to his family, he had never raped anyone, insisting that the ladies gave consent to the sexual relationships.
According to him, three hotels in choice areas of Lagos served as the meeting point for him and the ladies. He denied raping his victims, insisting that none of them shouted for help during the act.
The suspect, who lives in Egbeda area of Lagos, said: “I came to Lagos a few months ago and things were very rough for me. As I could no longer bear hunger, I thought about how to survive and the thought of getting some females that I would have sex with and blackmail afterwards occurred to me. I thought of the most vulnerable, and I discovered that the best target should be the mature single ladies.
“I opened a Facebook account with the name Dr. Chibuzor, MD/CEO Health Wellbeing Therapy. I started sending friendship requests to ladies on Facebook. My efforts paid off, as.many single and mature ladies started accepting my friend requests. I would send a request to those who I suspected maybe lonely. I started chatting with them, from charting, the relationship would develop into love.
“After gaining their trust, I would request to meet with them in any of the three choice hotels that I use. They would honour my invitation. For them to feel that I was a big guy, I would tell them to give me their location where my boy would come and pick them. I would go and pick them, pretending to be an errand boy to the big man, who invited them. Already I would have paid for a hotel room. When we arrived at the rooms, I would check my victims in and asked them to relax, as my master would soon arrive.
“After about two and a half hours, I would come back to the room and inform them that my master would no longer be around, as an important official assignment took him outside Lagos. It is at that moment that I would start working on their brains, telling them how I would assist if they would agree to have sex with me. They usually agreed and after sex, I would demand money from them and they willingly gave me.”
Asked if he employed diabolical means or drugged the women to lure them to bed, Emmanuel maintained that the women gave in out of fear or the need for sex.
“I was not using diabolical means. I think they succumbed out of fear or that they needed sex. There was one that surprised me most, as I touched her breast, she started shouting that I should not waste time in doing it. This is a woman that was denied sex for a long period of time. She is now claiming that I raped her. Many ladies out there are sex-starved. I did not rape any of my victims.
“They willingly gave their bodies to me. They also gave me money for reasons best known to them. Maybe, they were afraid that I would expose their nude photographs on the Internet, but that never crossed my mind. I have questions for my victims: Did any of them raise the alarm when I was having sex with them and why did they not report to the hotel management? I was using three hotels. None of the hotels that I was using has ever complained that I raped anyone in their hotel rooms.
“What has happened has happened, let us treat the matter the way it is. I did not rape or intimidate anyone. Well, I am not saying that what I did was right, because I lured them to the hotels and used their brains so as to have sex with them. I also collected money from them after sex. The last one that put me in trouble was a lady that paid N5.5 million.
She told her friend about how I collected the money after sleeping with her, so her friend decided to fight for her.
“She reported the matter to the police, who advised her to send me a friendship request and I accepted the request. She booked an appointment with me in a hotel. While we were discussing at the poolside, the police picked me. It was at the police station that I was told my offences.
“I am not happy with the shame I have brought upon myself and my family. My mother has already disowned me. I am very sorry for what I did, but when you look at it critically, you will reason with me that many single ladies are dying and yearning for companion and lovemaking. All the same, I am so sorry but the police should not accuse me of rape and blackmail. I only used my brain to take advantage of my victims.”
Police had also extended investigation to the hotels used by the suspect. A manager at one of the hotels the suspect, simply identified as Akpan, confirmed knowing him, saying none of the ladies he had come to spend the night with raised the alarm.
The manager said: “I know Emmanuel very well. He has brought female friends three times. The thing is that I am still shocked by what I am hearing because none of the female visitors had raised the alarm that she was being raped.
“The rule in our hotel is that once a lodger has a visitor and he or she is checking out, two of them must leave together. We won’t allow anyone to leave without knowing the condition of the other person.”

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