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A woman nabbed after trying to bury her aborted baby

OJblogg 06/29/2020

An Anambra woman who was identified as Chidera Nwaoga, was nabbed by the Anambra state police command when she was on her way to bury her aborted baby. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.


She was apprehended around 9pm at Ofianta village in Nsugbe on June 20. Not only was arrested, because according to the Anambra Police Spokesperson, Haruna Mohammed, disclosed that even the chemist who performed the abortion on her was equally nabbed. The spokesman further revealed that Chidera is 24 years old lady from Ebonyi state but residing in Anambra state.


He said;

 “It would be recalled that on the 20/6/20 at about 9:pm, following a tip off, Police operatives attached 33 Division in collaboration with Nsugbe Vigilante group arrested one Chidera Nwaoga ‘f’ aged 24 years of Ofianta village Nsugbe but a native of Izzi LGA of Ebonyi State.

“Suspect was arrested with a premature baby girl concealed inside a rubber bucket on her way to bury the child inside the bush before she was apprehended.

“Preliminary investigation revealed that the woman who was heavily pregnant approached a quack and untrained chemist, one Odimegwu Ikunne ‘m’ aged 51 years of Nando village but resides at Akpalagu village, Nsugbe who allegedly administered injection on her and aborted the pregnancy.”


According to the search that was carried out at the place of the quack chemist, it was disclosed that some expired drugs/syringes were uncovered at his place.

The statement continued;

 "Chidera, who was weak and lost much blood when arrested has now fully recovered due to urgent medical attention she received at multicare hospital 33 since 20th June,2020.

"Consequently, the decomposing baby was buried based on experts advise in order not to constitute health hazard to the public.The Commissioner of Police *CP John B.Abang,fdc* has ordered that the case be transferred to the State CID Awka for discreet investigation please."

Pleas beware of all these quack health workers, they are everywhere and this life has no duplicate.

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globalreportre · 06/29/2020
some people are so heartless

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