Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) has extradited the woman reported to have had three children for her son in Kaiama local government area of the state to the Benin Republic, her home country.
It is recalled that the state command of the civil defence corps last Saturday arrested an immigrant from Benin Republic, Adamu Sabi Sime, for allegedly having canal knowledge of his biological mother, while it was also reported that the mother, Fati Sime, had three children for her son.
Giving an update on the incident, the command’s public relations officer, Babawale Afolabi, said that the command, on the instructions of the state commandant, Iskil Ayinla, had ordered that the people be sent back to their country for trial.
“The commandant had given the directive that the people, comprising of the woman and her children, including the children they had through abominable act should be sent to where they came from. This is because, such act is a taboo and abomination in Nigeria and more so, so that such act is discouraged from happening among our people,” he said.
Operatives of the NSCDC, last Saturday, arrested an immigrant from Benin Republic, Adamu Sabi Sime, for allegedly having canal knowledge of his biological mother.
In a statement by the command’s public relations officer, Babawale Afolabi, it was also confirmed that Adamu’s mother has given birth to three children for her son.
“On Thursday, September 9, 2021, one Mallam Bandede, the district head of Mosne Had community in the Kaiama local government area of the state reported an incestuous act being committed by one Adamu Sabi Sime and his mother, Fati Sime, of the same community.
“Men from the intelligence unit and NSCDC operatives in Kaiama swung into action and the outcome of the investigations established the fact that the mother (Fati) has three children for her biological son. A further check revealed that the younger brother of the accused, who was also confirmed to be sleeping with the mother is now at large”, the statement said.
The NSCDC command also said that the mother and her two sons do not have the necessary papers to stay in Nigeria, adding that the suspects had been handed over to the Nigeria Immigration Service for background check and further actions.
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