Police Rescue 15 Children From Torture House In Niger State (PHOTOS)
By EmmanuelNonsoNwogo | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 5 views
The Niger State Child’s Right Agency, have received 15 Almajiris who were on Saturday rescued from a torture house in Niger State.
According to reports, the Niger State Police command arrested a 46-year-old man, Umar Ahmed in Anguwan Gwari area of Suleja, following an intelligence information gathered.
It was revealed that, Umar Ahmed is operating a torture house in the guise of Almajiri school. About 15 children were rescued in a dehumanizing condition.
The children rescued were between the ages of 2 years to 10 years. They were found in the suspect’s house and three of the victims had chains used to bind their legs.
Police operatives stormed Umar’s house on 18/07/2020, around 2pm Nigeria time. This was disclosed by the command’s Public Relations Officer (PPRO), ASPWasiu Abiodun, disclosed in a statement released on Monday in Minna.
”The children whose ages ranged from 10 to 15 years were rescued from the suspect’s house. Three of the children had their legs tied with chains,” he said.
The suspect admitted to the crime during interrogation.
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