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Child Abuse: Girl Brutalized For Stealing 2000 Naira In Ilorin

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Child Abuse: Girl Brutalized For Stealing 2000 Naira In Ilorin Kwara State

Men of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) have arrested a woman and her son in Ilorin, Kwara State for allegedly brutalising a 12-year-old girl. According to reports, Adamo Yinusa and her son, Saheed, were arrested in the Oniponmo compound in the Oko Olowo area of Ilorin South Local Government Area based on a report from a concerned person.

It was gathered that Yinusa had beaten the girl severely for allegedly stealing N2,000 from her shop. The incident which occurred recently has been described as one of the many cases of child abuse and brutality in the country. The girl, Sukura Suleiman, is said to be traumatised and in critical condition due to the severity of the injuries inflicted on her.

In a statement released by the spokesperson of the command, Ayeni Olasunkanmi, it was revealed that the Gender Unit of the NSCDC Kwara State Command arrested the suspects for the alleged crime. The command urged members of the public to always report such cases of child abuse to the appropriate authorities.

The incident has since sparked outrage on social media, with many Nigerians calling for justice for the victim. Child abuse is a serious issue in Nigeria, and the government and law enforcement agencies have been urged to take measures to curb the rising cases of child abuse and brutality in the country.

Meanwhile, the suspects are currently in custody and are expected to face the full wrath of the law.

The NSCDC has assured the public that it will do everything within its power to ensure that justice is served in the case. The arrest of the suspects is a step towards ensuring that the rights of the child are protected and perpetrators of such heinous crimes are brought to justice.

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