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Ikpeazu’s wife to offset medical bill of abused 10-year-old girl




Mrs Nkechi Ikpeazu, spouse of the Governor of Abia State has taken over the price of therapy for a 10-year-old woman who was abused by one, Mrs Zazi David Orjiugo Kelechi.

It was gathered that the kid who has been victimized for over a 12 months, was force-fed and was allegedly poked with pepper inside her non-public components.

Mrs Ikpeazu, who visited the kid on the hospital, expressed shock on the horrific accidents on her physique.

She described the abuse as very inhumane and barbaric.

“I noticed the primary photos of the accidents of woman final week and instantly I reached out to the commissioner of police Mrs Janet Agbede. She has assured me that the investigation has been sped up and the perpetrator shall be charged to court docket. I’ve confidence within the police underneath Mrs. Agbede, she is a mom and understands the import of safeguarding our youngsters.

“Final Friday I additionally directed the State Motion Committee In opposition to Gender-Primarily based Violence to comply with up on the case and work with stakeholders together with FIDA, Youngster Safety Community, NAPTIP and others and guarantee issues are finished proper. I’m sure that justice shall be gotten to function deterrent to others who’re in behavior of viciously maltreating our youngsters,” Mrs. Ikpeazu stated.

“I got here to the hospital right now to see issues for myself and i’m certainly shocked on the brutality, barbarism and the viciousness of the assaults on the little woman,” she added.

Mrs Ikpeazu stated that she had directed her private doctor to affix the medical group dealing with the woman’s care and had additionally made some donations in the direction of her care and maintenance.

She, subsequently, harassed that oldsters ought to handle their organic kids and never traffick them to individuals who don’t worth or admire life.

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