Police arrests man for keeping 15 children in chains
By Akinsports | self meida writer
Published 7 months ago - 0 views
Some humans are wicked and deserve to be punished severely. Such is the case of this man Umar Ahmed aged 46yrs of Anguwan Gwari Suleja. Umar was arrested by the Niger state police for keeping fifteen children ranging from 2-10 years in chains.
The children were kept under the guise of Almajiris school in Suleja local government area of the state. The children were reportedly tied with three strong chains on their legs
The incident was confirmed by ASPWasiu Abiodun who disclosed that the victims who were all underaged and we're treated in a very bad way.
All the children have been sent to the Niger state child Right Agency
“The suspect was keeping about fifteen (15) children in a dehumanizing condition in the guise of Almajiri School.”
The police have started the investigation and the he will soon be taken to court.
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