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150 females raped, 31 babies abandoned in Lagos | Punch Newspapers

27.4.16

150 females raped, 31 babies abandoned in Lagos | Punch Newspapers: Akinbile-Yussuf explained that 150 reported cases of sexual and physical abuse were officially recorded, while five pregnant schoolchildren were assisted to access adequate ante-natal and delivery services and were also integrated back into school.

“Also, a total of 57,350 schoolchildren benefitted from individual and group counselling sessions to curb truancy, gangsterism and other social vices. About 150 reported cases of sexual abuse and physical abuse were treated. Five pregnant schoolchildren were assisted to access adequate antenatal and delivery services. They were also integrated back into school,” she added.

The commissioner further stated that 85 suspected rapists and paedophiles had been taken to court while the cases were still pending.

She said 31 babies, comprising 19 females and 12 males, abandoned by their parents, were rescued in the last one year on the streets of Lagos.


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