This morning, I accompanied my children to school where I had an unfortunate encounter with a classmate of my son named Victory. At just five years old and in basic 1, Victory, along with his older brother in basic 4, resides with their aunt who happens to be a nurse and owns a chemist shop in Port Harcourt. Their father, who resides abroad, financially supports the children through their aunt.
Disturbingly, it has come to my attention that Victory’s aunt, a woman in her forties who is unmarried and living with her boyfriend, subjected this innocent boy to acts of assault, claiming he damaged something in her boyfriend’s car. It is crucial that this information is shared with the appropriate authorities, as this is not the first instance of violence inflicted upon Victory.
In response to this distressing situation, the Nigeria Police Force has acknowledged the public outcry regarding young Victory’s inhumane treatment. They kindly request that anyone with relevant information or details about this incident reach out to @RiversPoliceNG. By doing so, we can play an integral role in ensuring Victory’s safety and holding the perpetrators accountable.
Your proactive efforts in safeguarding Victory are greatly appreciated.
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