Haba!! If you kill this small boy because of N100 what should we now do to the old men that have stolen billions of Naira/dollars of public funds??

A woman has been arrested by the Lagos state Police command for allegedly burning the genitals of her 7-year-old nephew, Razak Qudus.

The suspect who is identified as Saratu is reported to have executed the brutal act after she accused the victim who is a primary four pupil of stealing her One hundred naira (N100).

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According to reports, neighbors got to know about the incidence when the little boy who had been staying with her cried out loud for help. They immediately informed a coordinator of the Child Protection Network, Ebenezer Omejalile, living in the area, who in turn reported to the police and the suspect was arrested.

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Mr. Ebenezer confirmed the allegation. Speaking to PUNCH Metro, he said that the victim had been taken to a hospital for proper checkup while the police had charged the suspect to court.

“The victim is her nephew. The boy attends a private nursery and primary school around Afariogun Junction. He was accused of stealing the money in the school.

“The woman brutalized the boy’s genitals. While we were at the police station, I also informed the Lagos State Domestic and Sexual Violence Response Team, Alausa. I am sure justice will be done in this matter. The boy has been taken into government’s custody” he added.

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A neighbor told newsmen that the suspect had already rubbed pepper in the victim’s genitals before burning it.

She said, “The suspect rubbed pepper on the boy’s genitals and started beating him.

“The boy in the process fell on a burning stove and incurred burns in his private parts. The suspect has been charged to court and remanded in prison.”


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