Officers of the Lagos State Police Command have arrested a person merely recognized as Adegboyega for allegedly brutalising his eight-year-old daughter following early indicators of puberty.
Based on Ebenezer Omejalile, Chief Working Officer of Advocates for Youngsters and Weak Individuals’s Community, the sufferer’s left breast was utterly lower off by her father after he used a sizzling stone to therapeutic massage his daughter’s breast to cease it from rising.
The daddy, who tried in charge his motion on his wife, was nevertheless picked up by the police final Friday following the intervention of the Advocates alongside the Inclusive Social Welfare, the Ministry of Youth & Social Improvement workplace, Ajegunle.
He will likely be charged to court docket immediately (Monday), Omejalile acknowledged.
He mentioned: “This little woman was brutalised by her organic father who felt ‘how come she developed breasts so quickly’.
“He turned himself right into a medical physician and heartlessly positioned a stone in a fireplace and used it to therapeutic massage her breast in order that the breast would cease rising in dimension.
“She was burnt on her left breast following the new water therapeutic massage from the daddy as a result of he thinks the kid is just too younger to develop breasts.
“The woman’s mom additionally complained of extreme beating for a similar motive. Surprisingly the daddy is an engineer by occupation, we engaged him in a dialog and he admitted to the crime.
“He tried in charge his wife for his detrimental actions; essentially the most annoying facet was when he claimed he bathes the 8-year-old (woman) each day.
“This can be a pink flag, the younger woman is in critical ache. As well as, we found the left breast of Aishat was utterly lower off on account of the brutalisation by the daddy
“He was, nevertheless, arrested round 9.30 pm on Friday. He’s at the moment in custody and will likely be charged to court docket on Monday.
“This can be a constructive end result for us, it’s a result of excellent partnership work from Inclusive Social Welfare, Ministry of Youth & Social Improvement, social welfare workplace, Ajegunle and the Ajegunle police station.”