Birth attendant, father nabbed for exchanging newborn baby with a dead baby (photos)

Birth attendant, father nabbed for exchanging newborn baby with a dead baby (photos)

It is funny how some women turn out to be heartless to their fellow women!

In Ikorodu, a young lady identified as, Yetunde Osin (hairdresser/birth attendant) and her 65-year-old father, Jamiu Jimoh (painter), were arrested for allegedly stealing a newborn baby in November.

Birth attendant, father nabbed for exchanging newborn baby with a dead baby (photos)

Mr Jamiu Jimoh with the stolen baby

The Vanguard reported that both 28-year-old Yetunde and her father were arrested by policemen in Igbogbo, police station, Ikorodu, Lagos.

They further reported that Yetunde in November, 2016, had assisted a woman (Stella), deliver he baby in Oyingbo but she told the woman that her baby died and also showed her the body of a dead baby while she took the little to her father in Ikorodu.

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Speaking on what had happened, the birth attendant said: “On November 9, I was walking along the road in Oyingbo and found a baby on the ground. It was a female child, so I took it. That was the mistake I made. I should have gone to report to the police, but because it was a female baby, I liked her.

That was how I took the baby home to Oyingbo. But when I saw how everyone was behaving and gossiping, I had to take the baby to my father in Ikorodu. Even when I could not come to Ikorodu from Oyingbo, my father was there to take care of her. Not long after I left his place on Sunday, someone called me on phone at night, saying my father had been arrested. I am a hairdresser, but I am also a traditional birth attendant. The baby was not delivered at my place.”

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Source: Gossip.naij.com

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