Kwara state: I sleep with my son, bares three children for him – woman
A man identified as damu Sabi Sime, a Benin Republic citizen has been arrested by the Kwara State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) for allegedly sleeping with his biological mother.
According to NSCDC reports, Adamu’s mother had given birth to three children for her biological son.
The incident was reported by one Mallam Bandede, the district head of Mosne community in the Kaiama Local Government Area of the state.
The Public Relations Officer of the NSCDC, Kwara State Command, Babawale Afolabi, confirmed the incident in a statement on Saturday in llorin.
The statement reads; “on Thursday September 9, 2021, one Mallam Bandede, the district head of Mosne Had community in the Kaiama local government area of the state reported an incestuous act being committed by one Adamu Sabi Sime and his mother, Fati Sime, of the same community.
It was further revealed revealed that the younger brother of the accused, who was also confirmed to be sleeping with the mother, is now at large.
The NSCDC command also said that the mother and her two sons do not have the necessary papers to stay in Nigeria, adding that the suspects had been handed over to the Nigeria Immigration Service for background check and further actions.
Meanwhile, Kwara State Governor has urged the police to deploy more officers to the state against the backdrop of an influx of people displaced from neighbouring states to Kwara.
According to a statement from his spokesperson, Rafiu Ajakaye, Mr AbdulRazaq made this appeal in Ilorin on Wednesday when the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Alkali, paid him a courtesy visit in his office.
The governor said the state needs between 8,000 and 10,000 police officers but now has only about 3,000 officers.
“Our challenges are enormous. Being a relatively safe state, security agencies tend to be comfortable with Kwara and that explains why they often take out forces from Kwara to bolster security elsewhere.
“For example, the Army has taken out most of their men to Northeast and we are making efforts to get them back. For the police, our need requirement is about 8,000-10,000 men but we have only about 3,000 now.
“Many officers of the two mobile squadrons here have been moved out. I am saying this because we definitely need more men on ground here,” Mr AbdulRazaq said.