A 62-year-old man Muhammad Ujujud has been arrested by the operatives of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, for chaining and locking up his 16-year-old daughter, Fatima, for two years.
Muslim father chains up his daughter for 2 years for rejecting forced marriage proposal
Ademola Aderele, Newsbreak, September 27, 2019 (thanks to Orange Martyrs):
A 62-year-old man Muhammad Ujujud has been arrested by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) for chaining and locking up his 16-year-old daughter for two years.
Ujudud, who resides in Rinji Village, Madobi Local Government Area of Kano State, chained his daughter for refusing to marry a man he had brought to her.
Daily Nigerian reports that the man had also locked Shehu, his son, in another cell in his house. He however died after bouts of starvation and probable illness.
A resident of the village disclosed that Ujudud was notorious for his wickedness.
One of Ujudud’s sons told Daily Nigerian that their mother had died and his father lives with their step mother.
NAPTIP officials have taken the teenager to a hospital, where she is undergoing treatment.
Shehu Umar, the state commandant of NAPTIP, confirmed the arrest. He said investigation is ongoing.
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