14-year-old Ese Oruru gives birth to baby girl Latest

Ese Oruru, the rescued 14-year-old, has given birth to a baby girl, Thursday, in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

Though the court case involving Ese Oruru and her lover, Yinusa Dahiru, aka Yellow, is still on, the minor, who was pregnant, delivered of a baby girl, at the Government House clinic, Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

The delivery, it was learnt, has put to rest doubts and speculations as to whether she was actually pregnant, because since her return to Yenagoa, she had been condoned from the public.

It was gathered that Ese went into labour pain in the early hours of Thursday and was carefully conveyed in a jeep to hide her from the public to the Government House clinic where she was delivered of a baby girl by a team of doctors.

The delivery was at about 3.00p.m, on Thursday, in Yenagoa.

Nigerian Tribune spoke with her father, Charles Oruru, who did not hide his joy and confirmed that his daughter (Ese) had given birth to a baby girl; and that they were both in safe condition.

He said further that the mother (Rose Oruru) and her siblings were all in a joyful mood, thanking God for her safe delivery devoid of any complication.

When asked if she would be allowed to return home now that she has put to bed, Oruru said she would still remain in police custody at the State Police Officer’s Mess pending the determination of the court case.

However, as of press time, there was no information whether the news of Ese’s delivery had filtered to the incarcerated lover, Dahiru. who is at the Okaka Prison nor to his family in Kano State.

It would be recalled that news broke out of Ese Oruru’s freedom from her abductors in March, after she allegedly abducted in Bayelsa State in August, 2015 and taken to Kano State, where she was converted to lslam.

She was given out in marriage by her abductors in Kano, without her parents’consent.

Since her return to Yenagoa, she has been living at the Police Officers mess in Yenagoa.

Tribune Online had exclusively reported that Ese Oruru was six months pregnant in March, when she was rescued from her abductors.

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