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Post by vee8 on Thu Jan 07, 2010 6:04 pm


Four-year-old found after one year

One year after he was declared missing by his parents, a four-year-old year boy has been found in the home of his suspected abductor kidnapper in Abeokuta, Ogun State by men of the state police command.

The Public Relations Officer of the command, Muyiwa Adejobi confirmed the recovery Wednesday.

“The suspected abductor of the child, one Adijat Salako, was equally arrested at her Ijeun Tuntun home following a tip-off,” he said.

The child, Habeeb Tajudeen, was allegedly stolen by the suspect on January 12th, 2009 at about 8.48pm from his parents’ home at Olorunseye Street, Ago-Ijesa area of Abeokuta. Report of the missing boy was lodged with police by the mother, Nosifat Tajudeen.

But all efforts to locate the child were not successful until January 1, 2010 when Mrs. Tajudeen returned to the police station to report sighting her child at a home in Ijeun-Titun area of the town.

The mother, according to police report, had gone on a visit to a friend’s home at about 7pm on the fateful day when she saw the child in the custody of another resident in the house. She added that the abductor had already scarred the child’s face with tribal marks, in addition to the one on his face before being stolen away.

Mrs. Tajudeen, who said the original name of her child was Habeeb, said she recognized the missing boy by other facial features.

Following her report, police detectives arrested and interrogated Ms. Salako, who reportedly confessed to the crime of child theft.

Confessed kidnapper The suspect said she left her husband’s house with a seven- month pregnancy following their seperation and that the male child she delivered died.

She said her former husband, Alani Akinbode started demanding for his son; a development which propelled her to entice the stolen child with biscuits and stole him.

The suspect, according to police, said she deceived her husband into believing that the child is his son. They later christened him Emmanuel Akinbode and gave him tribal marks.

“Following the arrest of the suspect, she had confessed to the crime,” Mr. Adejobi said.
“The alleged child kidnapper would soon be charged to court. The Command however advises parents and guardians to keep watch on their children and wards to avoid such cases of child stealing/abduction.” The police spokesperson also assured the commitment and readiness of the police command ‘to accord the good people of Ogun State efficient and effective service delivery at all times.’
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Post by Pedro Silva on Thu Jan 07, 2010 8:21 pm

I agree with you my friend Vee.

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