Thursday, 30 August 2012

Project Alert petitions AIG over threat on Hadiza Zaaki-Azzay's life

The messy marital crisis currently tearing apart the troubled home of torch-light-carrying musician, Zaaki Azzay, has taken a new dimension.
Fresh information reaching EE, has it that Project Alert, a Non Governmental Organisation concerned with violence against women and other domestic issues has waded into the alleged domestic violence and incessant use of police to threaten Hadiza, the estranged wife of the singer and mother of their three children .
A petition written by the NGO’s legal officer, Benjamin Odeh ESQ and addressed to the Assistant Inspector General of Police, Zone 2, Onikan Lagos, stated thus:
 “Our client informed us that since the inception of her marriage, she has lived perpetually under constant assaults, physical violence and threats to her life by Mr. Zaaki-Azzay which she never condoned.
Our client further narrated that Mr. Zaaki-Azzay who is a man of extreme ungovernable temper had used various dangerous objects on her including an iron on the 16th of April, 2012 which led to her running out of their matrimonial home with two of her children for the safety of her life.
 Surprisingly, Mr Zaaki has resorted to the use of officers and men of the Nigeria Police at Pedro Police Station, Shomolu to harass and intimidate our client by meddling in a matter that is purely civil ... Not satisfied with the manipulation of the Police at Pedro Police Station, Mr Zaaki-Azzay has again petitioned the State Command in Ikeja against our client for the abduction of her own biological children.
When Mrs. Zaaki-Azzay presented herself for questioning at the Lagos State Police Command in Ikeja, she was subjected to humiliations and eventually detained and it took the intervention of her counsel to effect her release with stern warning to make herself and the children available unfailingly at the Command on the 15th of August 2012, for discussion.”
The petition with one of the subtitles, ‘Attempt to use the officers and men of the Nigerian Police at Special Investigation Bureau under the Lagos State Command, Ikeja to commit unconstitutional, illegal, unlawful and unwarranted invasion of the rights of Mrs. Hadiza Zaaki by Mr. Zaaki-Azzay… ’ further reads: “We make bold to say that the police ought to protect our client as well as the children of the marriage until the determination of the case in the court.
“It is undemocratic, wicked, diabolical and intolerable. Our client shall pursue justice till the zenith of her will using all fiber of her being to seek all available legal means to resist all attempts to suppress, coarse, and intimidate her”.
Project Alert on Violence Against Women’s Right Organisation was established in 1999, to defend the rights of women and young girls in the society.

Friday, 24 August 2012

Man has been remanded in prison for defiling a 14- year-old girl

Meantime, a  20-year- old man, Abiodun Ogunbunmi, has been remanded in prison, for allegely defiling a 14- year-old teenager.
Ogunbumi, who was arraigned   before an Ikeja Magistrate’s Court, yesterday, was charged   for raping  one Deborah Akinbola.
The police prosecutor, Inspector Samsom Ekikere,  alleged that Ogunbunmi, on August 20, forcefully had sexual intercourse with Akinbola.
According to Ekikere,  on the fateful day, about 2 p.m. at Fagba, Iju, Ogunbumi, had canal knowledge of Akinbola, thereby inflicting body injuries on her, which resulted to her been admitted in the hospital.
According to Ekikere, the offence committed by Ogunbunmi, is punishable under Section 137 of the Criminal Laws of Lagos State 2011 Nigeria.
When the charges was read to the defendant, he pleaded not guilty, but was refused bail and remanded to  prison pending the Director of Public Prosecutors’s advice.
The Magistrate, Mrs. Taiwo Akanni, adjourned the matter  to October 30  for further hearing.

Thursday, 16 August 2012

Man, 38, rapes girl, 5

A 38-year-old man, Oluwadamilare Joseph, was, yesterday, docked before an Ikeja Magistrate’s Court, for allegedly having canal knowledge of the five-year-old girl.
Joseph, who is unemployed, was said to have sexually-assaulted five- year-old Mary Oluwole.
Source: Vanguard 

Woman burns 9 year old househelp with electric iron (Photo)

9 year old Chinenye Emeka got her buttocks burnt with hot electric pressing iron by her guardian, Mrs. Ifechukwu Akabekwa, because she used the money given to her by a philanthropist to pay her school fees without the permission of her guardian. 

Mrs Akabekwa, of Abazuonu Street in Iyi-Owa Odekpe, Anambra state, maltreated and subjected Chinenye to different ordeals on a daily basis, including forcing her to hawk along the major road of Atani during school hours. And when a stranger tried to help little Chinenye, the mother of three got so mad, she scarred the little girl for life. Continue to see the uncensored pic

Mrs Akabekwa has been arrested by police.

Only a sick person would hurt a child like this. Before you raise your hand on a child, please remember what the bible says about people who hurt children.

Wednesday, 15 August 2012

Pastor Alex Impregnates his Daughter Twice After Wife’s Death

Pastor Emmanuel Alex in charge of a new generation church in Egan, on the outskirts of Lagos, has been arrested by the police for allegedly impregnating his 15-year old daughter two times.
His daughter delivered the two babies within two years. This happened after the girl’s mother died.
They were all living in the same apartment at 33, Pastor Olusola Street, Agric, Egan, Lagos, southwest Nigeria.
P.M.NEWS gathered from the residents that the pastor’s nine children were not allowed to go to school or socialise with their neighbours and when he wanted to go out, he locked them inside his two-bedroom flat.
His arrest followed a sting operation by two non governmental organizations in collaboration with the Lagos State Ministry of Women Affairs and Poverty Alleviation, WAPA, Alausa, Ikeja.
P.M.NEWS gathered that the pastor’s wife died during labour in 2010 after giving birth to nine children.
While in labour to deliver the 10th child, the pastor had no money to take her to hospital and he asked her to deliver in their house and in the process, she died.
Sources told P.M.NEWS that she died, Alex started sleeping with his first daughter and it resulted in pregnancy. She delivered the baby in 2011.
While nursing the baby, the pastor impregnated her again and she delivered the second baby recently.
The scandal was exposed during a burial Alex was to be the officiating pastor. Some of the residents opposed him and told those at the burial that he had impregnated his own daughter two times.
He was subsequently arrested by the police at Igando division. When P.M.NEWS visited the station, police sources confirmed the incident and told our reporter that he has been charged to Ikeja High court where he was remanded in prison custody.
Meanwhile, the Welfare Department of WAPA has taken custody of all his children.
His flat was locked when P.M.NEWS visited his residence.
—Cyriacus Izuekwe

Tuesday, 14 August 2012


An Ikeja Magistrates’ Court on Monday [Aug 13] sentenced a 45-year-old commercial motorcyclist and polygamist, Alabi Bakare, to five years imprisonment for raping three minors.

Magistrate A.O. Isaac, who handed the verdict, said the sentence would be without an option of fine.

He said since the convict had pleaded guilty to the offence, the court had no option than to sentence him as charged.

The News Agency of Nigeria reports that the convict, who was arraigned on August 8, had pleaded guilty to a charge of having carnal knowledge of the minors aged between three and five.

Earlier, the prosecutor, Barth Nwaokoye, told the court that Bakare raped the minors on August 3 at 7pm at 19, Oluwakemi Street, Alapere, Ketu area of Lagos Metropolis.

“Bakare was caught in the act by a co-tenant, who reported the matter to the police”,he said.

He said the offence contravened Section 137 of the Criminal Code, Laws of Lagos State.

Thursday, 9 August 2012

Policeman arraigned for shooting girlfriend’s sister

The police on Tuesday arraigned Emmanuel Okujo, a 31-year-old police corporal, who allegedly shot his girlfriend’s sister, Blessing Isanbor, with an AK47 rifle on February 10, 2012.
Okujo, who also absconded with the victim’s 19-year-old sister, Patience Isanbor, was charged with attempted murder before an Ikeja Magistrate’s Court.
The charge reads in part, “That you Emmanuel Okujo on February 10, 2012, at about 8:30pm, at 10, Ifateyindo Street, Gbagada, Lagos, in the Lagos Magisterial district did attempt to murder one Blessing Isanbor by shooting her with your K2 Police service gun with serial number 64487 which inflicted injury on her left cheek contrary to Section 228 (1) and punishable under Section 228 (2) of the Criminal Law of Lagos State Cap 17 vol.44 Laws of Lagos State Nigeria 2011.”
Okujo pleaded not guilty and the magistrate, Mrs. J.A Anabor, granted him N100, 000 bail with two sureties, including a landed property owner in the state.
The case was adjourned till October 19, 2012.
Meanwhile, 21-year-old Blessing needs more money to carry out another facial reconstruction surgery.
Blessing has undergone one surgery which was paid for by three non-governmental organisations and her family.
The Director, Project Alert on Violence Against Women, Dr. Josephine Effa-Chukwuma, said her organisation had raised some money for Blessing’s second surgery scheduled for August 9.
She said, “Project Alert on Violence Against Women in collaboration with Centre for Organisational Development and Zahara Women Foundation has raised some funds in support of Blessing’s second surgery which will take place on Thursday.
“However, more money will be needed for her third and final surgery which will take place in a few weeks.”
After the alleged shooting, Blessing was rushed to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital where she was admitted for four months and 13 days.
Our correspondent, who visited Blessing at her residence recently, observed that she still hand bandage on her jaw but her talking had improved.
Blessing said she still had pains in her left cheek, which was still swollen. She added that she found it hard to eat or even sleep.
She lamented that it was hard to adjust to the condition and feared that she would not be able to continue with her education.
Blessing’s uncle, Steven Isanbor, told PUNCH Metro that he was not satisfied with the role of the police in the matter.
 “Okujo was attached to Ifako Police Division before the incident occurred. After the shooting, the Divisional Police Officer gave us N65, 000 but this is very little compared to the over N1.4m which has been spent so far,” he said.

Wednesday, 8 August 2012


David Monday
An Ikpoba Okha Area Customary Court sitting at Idogbo, Edo State on Tuesday [Jul 31] sentenced a 23-year-old grinding machine operator, David Monday, to three years imprisonment for defiling a five-year-old girl.

The prosecutor, Inspector Victor Ehiorobo, said that Monday had on 21 July, 2012 at 28 Ekogiawe Street off Jesus Christ Road, Off Upper Sokponba Road in Benin City, had an unlawful carnal knowledge of the girl, an offence punishable under Section 218 of the Criminal Code Cap 48, Vol. II Laws of the defunct Bendel State of Nigeria of 1976 as applicable in Edo State.

The prosecutor also informed the court that Monday was arrested after the act. According to the prosecutor, Mondayafter his arrest made a confessional statement that was attested to by a superior police officer, while the victim was taken to the Police Medical Centre, G.R.A., Benin City for examination and treatment.

While pleading for the court’s leniency, the convict whose shop is at 3rd East Circular Road Market, Benin City told the court that he committed the act under the influence of the devil[LOBATAN, DEVIL DON SUFFER].

The President of the court, Mrs. Esther Eweka, said that Monday did not merit the mercy of her court and subsequently sentenced him to a three-year-jail term with hard labour and without the option of fine.

SOURCE - National Mirror

Child Sexual Abuse Warning signs

What to look for in adults and children

What is considered child sexual abuse?
Child sexual abuse includes touching and non-touching activity. Some examples of touching activity include:
  • touching a child's genitals or private parts for sexual pleasure
  • making a child touch someone else's genitals, play sexual games or have sex putting objects or body parts (like fingers, tongue or penis) inside the vagina, in the mouth or in the anus of a child for sexual pleasure
Some examples of non-touching activity include:
  • showing pornography to a child
  • deliberately exposing an adult's genitals to a child
  • photographing a child in sexual poses
  • encouraging a child to watch or hear sexual acts
  • inappropriately watching a child undress or use the bathroom
As well as the activities described above, there is also the serious and growing problem of people making and downloading sexual images of children on the Internet. To view child abuse images is to participate in the abuse of a child. Those who do so may also be abusing children they know. People who look at this material need help to prevent their behaviour from becoming even more serious.

Warning signs in children and adolescents of possible child sexual abuse

Children often show us rather than tell us that something is upsetting them. There may be many reasons for changes in their behaviour, but if we notice a combination of worrying signs it may be time to call for help or advice.

What to watch out for in children:
  • Acting out in an inappropriate sexual way with toys or objects
  • Nightmares, sleeping problems
  • Becoming withdrawn or very clingy
  • Becoming unusually secretive
  • Sudden unexplained personality changes, mood swings and seeming insecure
  • Regressing to younger behaviours, e.g. bedwetting
  • Unaccountable fear of particular places or people
  • Outburst of anger
  • Changes in eating habits
  • New adult words for body parts and no obvious source
  • Talk of a new, older friend and unexplained money or gifts
  • Self-mutilation (cutting or burning) in adolescents
  • Physical signs, such as, unexplained soreness or bruises around genitals or mouth, sexually transmitted diseases, pregnancy
  • Running away
  • Not wanting to be alone with a particular child or young person
Any one sign doesn't mean that a child was or is being sexually abused, but the presence of several suggests that you should begin to ask questions and consider seeking help. Keep in mind that some of these signs can emerge at other times of stress such as:
  • During a divorce
  • Death of a family member or pet
  • Problems at school or with friends
  • Other anxiety-inducing or traumatic events
Physical warning signs
Physical signs of sexual abuse are rare, however, if you see these signs, take your child to a doctor. Your doctor can help you understand what may be happening and test for sexually transmitted diseases.
  • Pain, discoloration, bleeding or discharges in genitals, anus or mouth
  • Persistent or recurring pain during urination and bowel movements
  • Wetting and soiling accidents unrelated to toilet training

Signs that an adult may be using their relationship with a child for sexual reasons

The signs that an adult is using their relationship with a child for sexual reasons may not be obvious. We may feel uncomfortable about the way they play with the child, or seem always to be favouring them and creating reasons for them to be alone. There may be cause for concern about the behaviour of an adult or young person if they:
  • Refuse to allow a child sufficient privacy or to make their own decisions on personal matters.
  • Insist on physical affection such as kissing, hugging or wrestling even when the child clearly does not want it.
  • Are overly interested in the sexual development of a child or teenager.
  • Insist on time alone with a child with no interruptions.
  • Spend most of their spare time with children and have little interest in spending time with people their own age.
  • Regularly offer to baby-sit children for free or take children on overnight outings alone.
  • Buy children expensive gifts or give them money for no apparent reason.
  • Frequently walk in on children/teenagers in the bathroom.
  • Treat a particular child as a favourite, making them feel 'special' compared with others in the family.
  • Pick on a particular child.

Child abuse among children and young people

Age appropriate sexual behaviour

We all know that children pass through different stages of development as they grow, and that their awareness and curiosity about sexual matters change as they pass from infancy into childhood and then through puberty to adolescence. Each child is an individual and will develop in his or her own way. However, there is a generally accepted range of behaviours linked to a child’s age and developmental stage. Sometimes these will involve some exploration with other children of a similar age. It can be difficult to tell the difference between age appropriate sexual exploration and warning signs of harmful behaviour. Occasionally we may need to explain to children why we would prefer them not to continue with a particular behaviour.
This is a chance to talk with them about keeping themselves and others safe and to let them know that you are someone who will listen. Disabled children may develop at different rates, depending on the nature of their disability, and they can be more vulnerable to abuse. Children with learning disabilities, for example, may behave sexually in ways that are out of step with their age. Particular care may be needed in educating such children to understand their sexual development and to ensure that they can communicate effectively about any worries they have.
It is important to recognise that while people from different backgrounds have different expectations about what is acceptable behaviour in children, sexual abuse happens across all races and cultures. Remember that each child develops at his or her own pace and not every child will show the behaviours described below. If you have any worries or questions about a child you know, talk to someone about it. Your health visitor, GP or child’s teacher may be able to help, or you could ring the Stop it Now! Helpline on 0808 1000 900. 
Pre-school children (0-5) years commonly:
  • Use childish ‘sexual’ language to talk about body parts 
  • Ask how babies are made and where they come from
  • Touch or rub their own genitals
  • Show and look at private parts
They rarely:
  • Discuss sexual acts or use sexually explicit language
  • Have physical sexual contact with other children
  • Show adult-like sexual behaviour or knowledge  
School-age children (6-12 years) commonly:
  • Ask questions about menstruation, pregnancy and other sexual behaviour
  • Experiment with other children, often during games, kissing, touching, showing and role playing e.g. mums and dads or doctors and nurses
  • Masturbate in private
They rarely:
  • Masturbate in public
  • Show adult like sexual behaviour or knowledge
  • Ask questions about relationships and sexual behaviour
  • Use sexual language and talk between themselves about sexual acts
  • Masturbate in private
  • Experiment sexually with adolescents of similar age
NB. About one-third of adolescents have sexual intercourse before the age of 16.
They rarely:
  • Masturbate in public
  • Have sexual contact with much younger children of adults 

Warning signs of sexually harmful behaviour

One of the hardest things for parents to discover is that their child may have sexually harmed or abused another child. In this situation, denial, shock and anger are normal reactions. If it is not responded to quickly and sensitively, the effect on the whole family can be devastating. For this reason it is vital to contact someone for advice about what to do as soon as you suspect that something is wrong. The positive message is that early help for the child or young person and their family can make a real difference. Evidence suggests that the earlier children can get help, the more chance there is of preventing them moving on to more serious behaviour. It is important to be alert to the early warning signs that something is going wrong. If you are in this situation, remember that you are not alone. Many other parents have been through similar experiences, and, as a result, the child and family found the help they needed are were able to rebuild their lives. The first step is to decide that it would be helpful to talk it over with someone else. The Stop it Now! Helpline is available for this support on 0808 1000 900. 

Do you know a child or adolescent who:

  • Seeks out the company of younger children and spends an unusual amount of time in their company?
  • Takes younger children to ‘secret’ places or hideaways or plays ‘special’ games with them (e.g. doctor and patient, removing clothing etc) especially games unusual to their age?
  • Insists on hugging or kissing a child when the child does not want to?
  • Tells you they do not want to be alone with a child or becomes anxious when a particular child comes to visit?
  • Frequently uses aggressive or sexual language about adults or children?
  • Shows sexual material to younger children?
  • Makes sexually abusive telephone calls?
  • Shares alcohol or drugs with younger children or teens?
  • Views child pornography on the internet or elsewhere?
  • Exposes his or her genitals to younger children?
  • Forces sex on another adolescent or child?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, you should talk to the child or young person and seek advice.  

What you can do if you see warning signs

Create a family safety plan. Don’t wait for ‘proof’ of child sexual abuse.

Woman beats 16 year old Foster son to death for stealing N50

The woman was stripped naked and made to carry the corpse of the dead boy around her area. The sad incident happened on Sunday on Amosu Street, Ijegun, in Lagos.

The woman known locally as Iya Anu beat her 16 year old foster son, Seubow, to death for allegedly stealing N50. Seybow was Iya Anu's husband's nephew.

According to neighbours, trouble started after Seubow lost the N1,000 given to him by Iya Anu to run an errand for her some days back. Angered by the loss which she claimed was theft, the woman refused to feed Seubow for over four days. When the teenager couldn't take the hunger anymore, he sneaked out to buy gala one night. When Iya Anu found out, she accused him of stealing her N50 and beat him up, using a rod. She battered him for days until he gave the ghost on Sunday afternoon.  

After his death, neighbours rounded the woman up and made her carry the boy's corpse to the police station. If only the neighbours had intervened earlier. This wasn't the first she would batter him. The photo on the right was taken in June at a police station where Iya Anu was taken to after seriously battering the boy. No one came to his rescue and he ended up dying in her hands. Sad!

Man kills 8-day-old daughter for rituals

BY Austin Ogwuda
Asaba—AN eight-day-old baby girl, was, weekend, allegedly killed by her step father for ritual purposes. The gory incident took place in Jesse, Delta State.
Already, the suspect, who confessed that he carried out the act on the orders of a spiritualist in Ghana, is currently in police custody.
State Police Public Relations Officer, Mr. Charles Muka, who confirmed the development in a statement, yesterday, in Asaba, said: “One Mrs. Gladys Emafuru, female, of Okunu village Jesse, reported that at 15:10 hours, while sleeping with her eight-day- old baby girl, the child’s step father (names withheld) 24 years old, walked into the apartment and killed the baby with a cutlass, opened the stomach and collected the intestines and other vital parts.”
Muka added that “the suspect after collecting the vital parts of the baby, concealed them in a black cellophane bag and was about escaping to Ghana when he was caught. He has confessed committing the act, saying that it was demanded for in Ghana.”
Culled: Vanguard


Four young girls of a junior secondary school in Yaba, Lagos State, may have been deflowered prematurely while the school authority may have also caused an intensive investigation into the act against the girls.

The man behind this is one Sunday Okwu a resident of No 14, Craig Street, Shomolu, Lagos.Okwu, 38, is reported to have had carnal knowledge of the school girls. For several months, these three girls (names withheld) would leave their school at break time to visit Okwu in his one-room apartment. While there, these girls are reportedly locked inside Okwu’s room for hours, sometimes not to return to school until closing hours when they would go home.

Anytime Okwu’s co-tenants asked him who the girls were and what they were always doing in his room during school hours, Okwu would tell them that they were either daughters of his sister’s friends, or some sort of relations. Okwu, a commercial motorcycle rider, usually does his business in the early hours of the day and late in the evening. The whole of the afternoon, he spent in-doors in the company of the three girls. It is learnt that once these girls were locked inside Okwu’s room, they engaged in watching pornographic films, whichOkwu would have rented a day before their visit. Okwu reportedly bought food stuffs which one or two of the girls would cook while others busied themselves with pornographic films.

But Okwu was not only spending his money on running his generators alone. It was later discovered that the girls were also made to put to practice what they watched in those films with Okwu in his room.

Okwu reportedly slept with the girls one after the other while others were made to watchthe live action.

This had been going on for months until the bubble burst on Monday, 2 July, 2012.

On the fateful day, the girls reportedly went straight to Okwu’s house and had their sex romp, but all had to be in school that afternoon for an important class work. After their usual sex romp, the girls headed for their school to honour their class teachers.

But the class teacher of one of them, who cared to examine her pupil critically, suddenly noticed semen on the lower part of the girl’s school uniform. That was when the teacher raised the alarm and the girls were reportedly whisked to the office of the school principal.

After threats of stern punishment and possible ejection from the school, the young girl owned up and gave a detailed account of the illicit affairs she and her colleagues had been having with Okwu.

With the girl’s revelation, the school authority promptly alerted the girl’s parents who lived at No 36, Akoka Street, Shomolu.

On the second day, when Okwu did not hear from his ‘prey’, he sensed danger and decided not to call their mobile phones. Already, the girl’s parents had reported the mater at AladePolice Station and law enforcement agents swung into action immediately.

Okwu was met sleeping on the carpet in his room; he was promptly arrested by the law enforcement agents.

Okwu was later charged to court and remanded at the Ikoyi prisons. Okwu was not available for his comment, but a teacher in the school who preferred anonymity, told Saturday Mirror that the matter is being handled by the police.

SEXUAL ABUSE: CONFESSION OF A 10-YEAR-OLD: ‘I Cannot Do Without Sex Daily’…How She Went Under The Bridge BEGGING TOUTS FOR SEX

10-Year-Old victim of Sexual Abuse

A 10-year old girl who was a victim of sexual abuse has made a shocking confession, saying that she cannot do without having sex with men daily.

She narrated how an old man, who was their neighbour at Mile 12, Lagos State, Nigeria, lured her into sex at seven and since then she cannot resist having sex everyday.

The primary two pupil said if she did not see any man to have sex with her in her area, she would go to a popular under bridge at Mile 12 Lagos and beg for sex from touts.

She said she came from Enugu state to Lagos to live with her aunt after the death of her father.

Her case has become so serious that she had to be referred to an NGO, Community Health Support and Empowerment Initiative, COHSAEI, which has taken up the challenge to rehabilitate her.

The little girl said she was lured into sex by a man she called Baba who lived with her aunt in the same compound. She said the man (Baba) usually called her to his apartment whenever his wife and her aunt were not around and will put his finger inside her private part.

“He will tell me to come back home immediately our school closes and when I reach home he will be waiting for me to finger my vagina”, she narrated.

She said with time he started having real sex with her.

She said when the man that initiated her into it moved out of their area, she resorted to meeting other men in the area without her aunt knowing. The girl said she has become addicted to sex and cannot do without it.

“When I desire sex and I do not see anybody to do it in my area, I will go under the bridge and beg the touts to do it for me”, she said.

Her predicament came when she confessed to her teacher what she was going through after the teacher noticed some abnormal behaviour in her. The teacher contacted her aunt who contacted an NGO for assistance.

The programme coordinator of the NGO, Mrs. Priscilla Ingbia, noted that her case was very pathetic because of her age. She said her group took up the challenge to rehabilitate her because it was clear if nothing was done urgently her future was in danger.

Ingbia said her organisation has started the process of rehabilitating her by carrying out series of tests on her to ascertain her health conditions.
She stressed the urgent need to relocate her from her present environment and start a new life for her. She said her organisation has not been able to do so because of the financial cost of doing so.




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