Woman kills one year-old son in Delta

The Delta State Police Command on Thursday paraded a 24-year-old girl,  Sofia Nkwo, for killing her one-year-old son.

The girl mentioned she killed her son as a result of she couldn’t take care of the kid once more as the daddy rejected the kid.

Also paraded had been pretend alcoholic producers, homicide, kidnapping suspects, and automotive snatchers amongst others.

Parading the suspects on the police headquarters in Asaba, the Delta State capital, the Commissioner of Police, Mr Abaniwonda Olufemi, frowned on the evil act perpetuated by the girl.

He mentioned, “On April 28, 2024, a case of infanticide was reported at Oleh Division, {that a} suspect named Sofia Nkwor 24, from Isoko south LGA, dump her baby of 1 yr and 4 month previous in a properly alongside the highway in Araya group Isoko south LGA.

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“Children who went to play across the tree found the deserted baby floating on the properly. The mom Sofia Nkwor was instantly arrested and he or she said that she dumped the kid on twenty sixth April 2024.

Confessing to the crime, Nkwo, mentioned that she killed her son as a result of she couldn’t take care of the kid once more as the daddy rejected the kid.

On the present kidnappings and killings in Ika North-East and Ika South areas of the state the place farmers had been being kidnapped and killed by gunmen, CP Olufemi mentioned the command had developed personnel for the realm.

“We are conscious of the safety state of affairs within the Ika space of the state, and I’ve deployed personnel and directed Area Commander to maneuver into the realm and curb the bushes.

“The command is also working with Edo state Command because you know the area is the boundary between Delta and Edo,” he added.



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