19 year old mother dumps her 2-months-old baby in a bush, ties her mouth to stop her from crying

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A 19 year old young lady distinguished as Ayomide Adebayo has been captured for supposedly dumping her 2-months-old child in a bramble in Ikorodu.

Adebayo who is an optional school cert holder was professedly impregnated by one Martins Tewogbade, who lives in the Bariga zone of the state.

She at that point conceived an offspring on April 30 at a private clinic in the area, yet Tewogbade's folks allegedly dismisses the infant and she in this way migrated with the tyke to a companion's home in Igbode, Ogun State.

Adebayo purportedly moved toward one Mrs. Joke Fatai, a laborer at a Cherubim and Seraphim Church in the town at some point in May 2017 and beseeched her to take care of the kid. The child was under the watchful eye of Mrs Fatai, until Saturday, June 10, when Adebayo went to pull back her.

She was said to have tied the infant's mouth and nose, dumped her in the shrub and come back to Bariga, telling individuals that the youngster was dead. It was learnt that the child was found by a few individuals from a watchfulness assemble in the early hours of Sunday in a shrubbery in Ikorodu and was later rejoined with Fatai.

Adebayo was inevitably followed to Bariga. An occupant of Bariga, Yusuf Tolagbe, said an irate group needed to thump the mother, however for the intercession of a tyke rights association in the territory, Child Protection Network.

He stated,

"Adebayo's mom passed on not long after bringing forth her. Her dad's whereabouts is obscure. She was living with an elderly man. A year ago, the man watched that she was pregnant.

In the wake of nudging her, she said it was Tewogbade, a student, that impregnated her. In any case, the kid's parent did not acknowledge the pregnancy, guaranteeing that it had a place with a cabbie, who they more often than not observed her with."

The Coordinator, Child Protection Network, Toyin Okanlawon, said the mother and Tewogbade had been exchanged to the Gender Unit of the Lagos State Police Command's Headquarters in Ikeja, Lagos.

The representative for the charge, ASP Olarinde Famous-Cole, said the police would work with the state government to guarantee the protected guardianship of the child, while Adebayo and Tewogbola were under examinations.

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