Stunning Story Of Nigerian Man Who R*ped A 73-Yr-Outdated Girl In Eire
The pensioner’s household advised the courtroom the rapist had “destroyed our mam’s life”
A healthcare assistant who admitted raping a 73-year-old girl with Alzheimer’s in an Irish nursing house has been given an 11-year sentence.
The sufferer was attacked in her room within the early hours of three April, through the top of the Covid-19 lockdown.
She was present in a distressed state later that morning by a workers member.
Emmanuel Adeniji, of Royal Canal Court docket, Kilcock in County Kildare, had denied rape however later pleaded responsible after his DNA matched a pattern from the sufferer.
The 52-year-old labored in healthcare for 15 years earlier than the assault and he had no earlier convictions.
The choose at Dublin’s Central Prison Court docket described the rape as “an egregious breach of belief by a professional and skilled healthcare employee”.
The sufferer’s household advised the courtroom Adeniji had “single-handedly destroyed our mam’s life”.
CCTV footage from the nursing house on the time of the rape confirmed Adeniji entering into and popping out of the lady’s room at about 03:00 native time on three April.
Later that morning, one other workers member discovered the sufferer upset however coherent.
Gardaí (Irish police) had been known as and the lady was capable of make an announcement in regards to the rape.
She advised officers she was in her room on a regular basis as residents had been “locked in due to the virus”.
Adeniji was arrested 11 days later.
The sufferer’s daughter advised the Central Prison Court docket that her household have been unable to hug her mom to consolation her for the reason that assault.
“We all the time mentioned we’ll dread the day she loses her reminiscence, however now someday we hope she wakes up and does not keep in mind,” she added.
The choose mentioned the impact of the rape on the sufferer had been “devastating” with the lady experiencing emotions of “melancholy, suicidal ideas, nightmares and a scarcity of security”.
He imposed an 11-year jail sentence on Adjeniji, with the ultimate yr suspended.