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Today's Headlines: Police Rescue Four Pregnant Girls From Baby Factory, 21-Year-old Rapes 5year Old To Death

Police Rescue Four Pregnant Girls From Baby Factory, Arests Male's Paid To Impregnate Them

The Police in Anambra State has rescued four pregnant girls from a brothel, where they are waiting for the delivery of their babies.

Men of the Anambra State Police Command also arrested two men, said to be hired by the owner of a baby factory Mrs Gladys Nworie Ikegwuonu, to impregnate young girls in the brothel for the sale of their babies.

The state police command’s public relations officer, CSP Haruna Mohammed who disclosed this to journalists said the same Mrs Ikekwuonu who is still at large was responsible for an attempt by two men on a motorbike to kidnap a four years old boy who was coming back from school last week.

21-Year-aold Man Get 10 Years Jail Term Over Rape To Death Of 5Year Old Girl

A Sagbama High Court sitting in Yenagoa has sentenced a 21 years old man, Timiondu Jephtah to 10 years in prison over his conviction for manslaughter in the rape to death case of a five-years-old-girl.

In 2016, Jephtah, who was 16 years, was accused and arrested for raping to death a five years old girl and dumped her lifeless body into an abandoned Fish pond close to his residence.

The Presiding Judge, Justice E.G.Omukoro, in the suit numbered SHC/4C/2016, on a one-count charge of murder brought against the accused by the State Ministry of Justice, ruled that the charges became manslaughter due to the inability of the prosecution to prove the alleged intent to commit murder.

Niger Assembly To Investigate Non-Release Of 2019/2020 NECO Results For Students.

Niger State House of Assembly has directed the House Committee on Education and Legislative Compliance to investigate why the results of 30, 000 students of the state who sat for the 2019/2020 Senior Secondary School Examinations (SSCE) were withheld by the National Examinations Council (NECO).

It directed the committee to report its findings to the house within one week.

The directive follows a public outcry by parents and guardians in the state over the non-release of results of their children and wards.

Punish Those Responsible For Nigeria's Security Problem- Group To Buhari

The leadership of the Unified Nigerian Youth Forum, UNYF, has condemned in totality the spate of countless kidnapping and abduction of students in the North and the country at large.

The forum noted that education is now under attack in Northern Nigeria, as a result of the new development.

The President, Unified Nigerian Youth Forum, Comrade Abdulsalam Mohammed Kazeem, in a statement, said, “Available records from both local and international organization show the regions mentioned have the highest number of out of school children.

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Anambra State Anambra State Police Command Baby Factory Gladys Haruna Mohammed


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