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Woman sets her stepchildren’s hands on fire for eating rice she prepared for their father

A stepmother, Rachel Geoffrey, 23, has been arrested by the Adamawa State Police Command for setting the hands of her two stepchildren on fire.   The suspect who resides in Federal Housing Estate, Girei Local Government Area was arrested for setting fire to the hands of her stepchildren, Genesis Geoffrey, 7, and Idadai, 3.   The spokesperson of the command, SP Suleiman Nguroje, who confirmed the incident, said intentionally inflicted severe physical injuries on her 7 and 3-year-old stepchildren on May 7.   He said the Victims (Genesis and Ijadai) faced several calculated acts of cruelty and Human Rights Violations from their stepmother after the separation of their Mother from their Father. According to him, innocent Genesis Ijadai faced the wrath of their wild stepmother over the plate of Rice she cooked and kept for her Husband. The kids because of hungry ate their fathers food and that angered her, she then tied their hands with a handkerchief making them powerless, and set fire to their hands resulting in the severe injuries they sustained. The Commissioner of Police CP Dankombo Morris, expressed worries as he advised members of the public particularly Parents to live up to expectations by providing the basic needs of their wards and vowed to diligently make sure that the suspect is persecuted. The post Woman sets her stepchildren’s hands on fire for eating rice she prepared for their father appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog. Click Here to Visit Orignal Source of Article http://www.lindaikejisblog.com/2024/5/woman-sets-her-stepchildrens-hands-on-fire-for-eating-rice-she-prepared-for-their-father-2.html

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