Mother Abandons 6 Months Old Baby in Anambra Forest Welcome to CeeJayInfo

Monday, 13 August 2018

Mother Abandons 6 Months Old Baby in Anambra Forest

A six-month-old infant was saved from Idemili forest in the Idemili Local Government Area of Anambra state.

The child, deserted in the bush, was picked at around 6am by one Duff Ibanga of Umuota town in the network.

The rescuer said the child's cries drew his consideration while going through the territory, including that in the wake of picking the infant, he immediately revealed the issue to the police.

"The infant is presently with the police; I needed to take him to a congregation however I later altered my opinion to keep away from issues", he said.

The representative for the police in the state, Mr Haruna Mohammed, affirmed the episode to our reporter.

He said the infant had been given over to a motherless children home for safety's sake.

Mohammed included, "At around 0600hrs, one Duff Ibanga male of Umuota Village Obosi conveyed to Obosi Division a six-month-old child charged to have been surrendered in a shrubbery along Idemili Junction street Obosi.

"The scene was visited by police analysts appended to adolescent and welfare unit of the division. The case is under scrutiny to determine the conditions encompassing the occurrence and exertion is progressing to follow the natural mother of the child."

Mohammed encouraged individuals from people in general with helpful data that could help with following the guardians of the tyke to report at Obosi Police Division.

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