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15 Children Rescued From Torture House In Niger State

15 Children were rescued from a torture house, owned and controlled by the suspect whose name is Umar Ahmed.

The torture house which is located at Unguwan Gwari, Suleja was raided by the Niger State police command which led to the freeing of the captives and the arrest of the head of the illegal detention.

The Torture House is termed to be an 'AlMajiri' which turns out not to be true.

Children are chained up in shackles for days, with little or no food to eat.

The command's public relations officer, Asp Biodun Wasiu.

He said ; "The children whose ages ranged from 10 to 15 years were rescued from the suspect’s house, with three of the children had their legs tied with chains

“During interrogation, the suspected operator of the Niger torture house confessed to the crime.

The children whose ages ranged from 10 to 15 years were rescued from the suspect’s house, with three of the children had their legs tied with chains."

This is a good step towards reforming this torture houses to standard Islamic schools.

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