33 years old woman caught burying her foetus arrested in Kaduna state

July 7, 2020
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A 33-year-old woman and her elder sister have been arrested in Kaduna state after they connived to bury her baby alive.

The woman, identified as Hauwa, reportedly had her fetus removed and buried it in a shallow grave with the help of her 35-year-old elder sister Zainab.

According to media reports, the two sisters checked in to People’s Club Hotel in Tundun Wada, Kaduna State, and paid accommodation fee of N2,000 just to execute their plan.

As they were digging a spot to bury the baby, someone sighted them. When they were done, they covered it with a stone.

The eye witness who saw them alerted the hotel management and they went to check what they buried there. 

While digging, they saw blood and decided to invite the police who came and arrested the two sisters. 

Its still not clear how the sisters removed the foetus.

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