A video clip depicting a wild sex scene is currently causing ripples at the Abia State University, Uturu. The video, Daily Sun learnt, is being circulated among the students. It could not be ascertained, however, if the incident took place within that institution, although the senders insisted the rapists and the victim were students of the institution.
The five-minute video, a copy of which is in possession of Daily Sun, shows a young lady being forced to have sex with five different young men in a room. The audio wasn’t too clear, but the lady appeared tired while the young men were excited.
The faces of the men in the clip were blurred, but the lady’s face was very clear.
In the video, the apparently fatigued girl, even begged the suspected rapists to kill her. In response, the men threatened to detain her in the room for two more days if she did not cooperate.
Those who spoke with Daily Sun on the incident believed that the young lady in the video was gang-raped. Some said the video was in parts and that some other clips beside the one in Daily Sun’s possession were also being circulated on the campus.
Investigations revealed that the video had been circulating on the campus in the last two weeks.
A concerned mother, who has also watched the video, could not curtail her anger in a letter she sent to Daily Sun.
“This lady was raped by five boys. This video going round the school is in parts. This is just a fraction of it. The girl went through this ordeal for hours.
“This rape incident happened last Tuesday and the culprits sent the video all over campus by the next day, Wednesday. I saw this video on Thursday, August 18, 2011 same week in Abia.
“Our Nigerian universities should be made safe for those of us who can’t afford to send our children abroad or to private universities. The minister of education should be informed about this. You could see it was a planned event. You see they all have their condoms on.”
It is believed that the men in the video are members of a cult.
Authorities of the institution could not be reached at the time of filing this report.