3-years after, Ese’s child turns 3 as mother sits for WAEC

3-years after, Ese’s child turns 3 as mother sits for WAEC

- Sixteen year old Ese Oruru who was allegedly kidnapped from Bayelsa to Kano state by her friend has sat for WAEC

- Ese's child is also turning three, a source within the family has said

- The source said that all promises made by various state government on the care for Ese is yet to be fulfilled

Three year after she was rescued from her alleged kidnap from Bayelsa to Kano state where she was said to have been married off to Yunusa Dahiru, known as Yellow, Ese Oruru has completed her secondary school education.

Daily Trust reports that Ese's child who was also born as a result of the incident is turning three.

It was also gathered that Ese who was allegedly abducted at 13 was relocated to her hometown in Uwheru community in Ughelli of Delta state by her parents who were doing business in Bayelsa state.

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Sources close to the Oruru's family said Ese who was five months pregnant as at the time of her rescue gave birth to a baby girl in 2016.

The relative also said that the government of Bayelsa and Delta state have promised to contribute to taking care of the child although none of these promises have been fulfilled including a scholarship offer made by the Bayelsa state government to the teenage mother.

Another source however said that a house provided by Bayelsa state governor to the Oruru's could not be used due to security reasons.

The source said: “Government also promised to establish a business for Ese’s mother, but they never did anything about it."

“Ese’s baby girl is about three-years-old now, she has reached school age, but due to logistic reasons, she is yet to start," the source said.

"The Bayelsa state government promised us a scholarship, but until now we have not heard anything from the scholarship board. We relocated to Delta state and that was the end of all the promises.

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“Even the Delta state government that made promises to the family when we went home said they didn’t have any package for us," the source added.

Noting that the Oruru family were hoping on God's blessing for them to raise the child and Ese.

He said: “Ese returned to school and completed her senior secondary education. If the governments of both states had lived up to their promises, we would make arrangement for her to continue her education, but they have removed their hands. We are facing our predicaments ourselves."

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that Ese had said that she did not Yellow but followed him to Kano state from Bayelsa.

She also said that she could only remember that as kids herself and other would play with Yunusa and other customers would come to buy food from her mother.

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