In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 23rd, August, 2020

Shocker! Once more, Police Rescue 6-Yr-Outdated Boy Locked Up By His Father For 12 Months In Kano (Photograph)

Shocker! Again, Police Rescue 6-Year-Old Boy Locked Up By His Father For 12 Months In Kano (Photo)

Boy locked up

The boy

In keeping with a Vanguard report, the operatives of the Kano State Police Command have once more rescued a six years outdated orphan, Umar Ubale confined for 12 months by his father in Hanyi Fulani, Panshekara space of the state.

It was gathered that the daddy had been arrested in reference to the inhumane act whereas the stepmother had fled.

The orphan boy who was mentioned to be left below the care of his stepmother since he misplaced his mum a few years again.

The operation resulting in little Umar Ubale’s rescued was mentioned to have been aided by a Human Proper Community who alerted the police on the breach of human rights within the historic metropolis.

Head of the Community, Comrade A. A. Haruna described the pattern as worrisome and a touching story.

He mentioned that as normal “we have been alerted by a very good samaritan, and upon completion of our Investigations, we knowledgeable the safety brokers to do the needful.

“The boy was subjected to types of dehumanization whereas in captivity. We uncovered the boy with a decaying cranium arising from harm inflicted on him by his father.

“We’ve since evacuated the boy to Murtala Mohammed Particular Hospital for medical consideration,” Haruna mentioned.

The spokesman of the State Police Command, DSP Abdullahi Haruna confirmed the event saying the boy’s father, Malam Ubale has been taken into custody, whereas the stepmother is on the run.

DSP Haruna nonetheless, assured the readiness of the Command’s readiness to convey the perpetrators to guide.

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With this brings the variety of confined individuals rescued within the state at 5 in lower than two weeks.

Others have been rescued in Kebbi, Sokoto and Borno States.

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