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Infant corpses in polythene bag found at Ajangbadi canal

Some corpses of infants were said to have been seen in a canal, near a filling station in Ajangbadi area of Lagos State last week Friday.

It was gathered that there were two male corpses of newly-born babies.

Lagos Metro gathered that the babies were parked in a polythene bag and were abandoned in the canal by unknown person(s).

Lagos Metro learnt that the case was reported to the Ilemba police division.

The Lagos State Police spokesperson, Dolapo Badmos, confirmed the case.