Police In Delta Hunt For Abandoned Baby’s Mother

Police In Delta Hunt For Abandoned Baby’s Mother

Delta State Police Command, said, yesterday, that its men were currently on the trail of a teenage mother who reportedly dumped her new born baby girl in a church at Ibusa, a fortnight ago.

Police authorities confirmed to our reporter that the baby is in safe custody at a motherless babies’ home in Asaba, adding that the mother would be arrested once she was fished out.

An unidentified teenage mother was said to have dumped the baby at Saint Augustine’s Catholic Church Ibusa, leaving a note neatly tucked into the napkin fastened to the child,  urging the priest to look after the baby.

Speaking to our reporter in Asaba, yesterday, the state police command’s spokesman, Mr. Charles Muka, said: “The baby girl has been taken to the Catholic motherless babies’  home here in Asaba, after the appropriate documentations had been officially made. That notwithstanding, we (police) are looking for the mother and once we identify and fish her out, she will be arrested.”

Police authorities confirmed to our reporter that the baby is in safe custody at a motherless babies’ home in Asaba, adding that the mother would be arrested once she was fished out.

An unidentified teenage mother was said to have dumped the baby at Saint Augustine’s Catholic Church Ibusa, leaving a note neatly tucked into the napkin fastened to the child,  urging the priest to look after the baby.

Speaking to our reporter in Asaba, yesterday, the state police command’s spokesman, Mr. Charles Muka, said: “The baby girl has been taken to the Catholic motherless babies’  home here in Asaba, after the appropriate documentations had been officially made. That notwithstanding, we (police) are looking for the mother and once we identify and fish her out, she will be arrested.”

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