"It Has Been Traumatic": Missing Baby Chinedu Found Dumped in Refuse Bin in Niger State, His Father Celebrates

"It Has Been Traumatic": Missing Baby Chinedu Found Dumped in Refuse Bin in Niger State, His Father Celebrates

  • Chinedu Chukwueke, the baby who got missing in Niger state, has been found and reunited with his parents
  • Chinedu was abducted from his mother's hair-dressing salon by a lady who was said to have come there to learn work
  • The baby's father, Chikezie Chuks, confirmed in a telephone chat that his child has been found in good health

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Chinedu Chukwueke, the child reported missing in Niger state, has been found alive.

Chikezie Chuks, who is Chinedu's father, in a telephone chat, and confirmed the heartwarming development.

Photos of baby Chinedu and his father.
Baby Chinedu has been found alive. Photo credit: Facebook/Chikezie Chukwueke.
Source: UGC

Baby Chinedu was whisked away from his mother's hair-dressing salon at Kure Ultra Modern Market, Minna.

Chinedu abducted from mum's shop in Niger state

The ugly incident happened on Sunday, July 23, and accounts had it that Chinedu was taken by an unknown lady who visited his mother's shop under the guise of coming to learn work.

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Since then, the child's family has been thrown into trauma as social media got flooded with his pictures.

YEN.com.gh also published the child's story as the public was asked to help locate his whereabouts.

How missing baby in Niger state was found

Finally, to the relief of his parents, Chinedu was found dumped at a refuse site in Guaraka, Niger state, close to a police station.

Speaking to YEN.com.gh, Chikezie, Chinedu's father, said:

"He was dumped at one refuse dump close to Guraka Police Station. A young boy saw the baby and informed his parents. His parents now informed the police."

Speaking on the lady who is the alleged culprit, Chikezie from Abia state said she absconded without a trace after dumping the baby.

"Nobody saw her, they only just saw the baby. Nobody knows her. They don't have a picture of her. That is the major issue. If they had a picture of her, they would have been able to track her down."

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37 Military Hospital authorities issue an apology for wrong scans over 'missing baby'

In other news, YEN.com.gh reported on an update from the 37 Milliatry hospital authorities over reports of a 'missing' baby in their care.

According to them, the mistaken identity arose from a faulty ultrasound.

The authorities further promised to publicize the results of their investigations.

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