Police operatives of Nasko Division has arrested one Abubakar Maidobo of Maidabo village, Nasko Magama Local government in Delta state, for allegedly killing of his two biological children with a cutlass on the 14th of November.
The sons who were between the ages of 8 and 4 was were killed by their father and their bodies hidden in a separate sacks in the bush. The suspect during interrogation claimed that the incident was an act of God, after confessing to the crimes. The state of his mind after making this claim can not be said to be sound, as no further reason for his actions was given.
The children who are Umar Abubakar aged 8years and Shehu Abubakar aged 4 years corpses have been taken to the general hospital at Nasko for autopsy and the case is still under investigation according to the commissioner of police.
What do you think of this, why would one go ahead and have children if, one doesn't want them, instead on killing them why not hand them over to orphanages?
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