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Woman allegedly beats 8-yr-old daughter to death over N350

A Plateau State High Court, on Wednesday, ordered that a 37-year-old woman, Adeyola Afonja, who allegedly beat her eight-year-old daughter to death for stealing N350, be remanded in prison custody.

The police charged Afonja, who resides in Etobaba village, Jos North, with culpable homicide, an offence punishable with death if found guilty.

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Justice S.P. Gang, gave the order after the visibly distraught mother pleaded not guilty to the charge stating that she only wanted to correct her child.

Justice Gang adjourned the case until Oct. 8, for continuation of hearing and to enable her get legal representation.

Earlier, the prosecution counsel, Insp. Onegbenoise Osho, told the court that the accused person used a cable to flog her daughter in a bid to correct her after she claimed she stole N350 from her.

Osho alleged that the little girl collapsed during the fatal beating and was rushed to the Plateau State Specialist Hospital where she was confirmed dead on arrival.

The prosecutor added that the mother (accused) immediately informed her husband, Mr Anisuida Felix, whom she is separated from about the development.

He said that Felix, reported the matter at the Nasarawa Gwom police station. (NAN)

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