A mother's love for her child will have make her go to the ends of the earth for her child. However, what happens when a mother who is meant to protect and love her child becomes the abuser?
This appears to be the story of a 7-year-old boy who was badly beaten by his mother simply because he broke her food flask.
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Instagram user identified as Ifeoma Faith Nebe who shared the story on the platform revealed that the young boy obviously terrified about what may happen if he spoke the truth, claimed he fell down when asked what happened to him. After an hour, he finally revealed how his mum beat him up.
She wrote: "This is what I found in my mum's school today cus he broke his mum's food flask. We kept asking who did this to you he said he fell down it took almost one hour before he said it's his mum. This here is inhumane for a child of 7 years Jesus this not fair . We are definitely waiting for her with police "
In the photos shared, the little boy's body; from his stomach all the way to his back is covered in marks gotten from the beatings he received. The top of his ear is badly cut and his arms also show proof of a recent beating.
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Although nothing has been heard about the boy's mother or why she did that to her son, many people on social media were thrown into outrage as they condemned the mother.
In a similar story, a teacher at Government Day Secondary School Sankalawa in Bungudu local government area of Zamfara has allegedly flogged a student to death. The incident was revealed on Wednesday, February 21, by Alhaji Muhammad Abubakar-Gummi, the deputy speaker of the state House of Assembly.
Gummi, who spoke on matters of urgent public importance during the assembly’s sitting in Gusau, said that the house had received several reports on the issue, The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN), reports.
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