Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter “ashewo” and beat her up after a man raped her has been found

The woman who beat up her 2-year-old daughter and called her a prostitute after she caught a man raping her has been found.

The mother seemed unrepentant and acted aggressively towards the people who visited her to discuss her daughter’s wellbeing.

Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter "ashewo" and beat her up after a man raped her has been found (video)

She informed them that she’s educated and went to school too and made it clear that she does not appreciate their interference.

The woman also put up a struggle when they attempted to take her kids (the 2-year-old girl and her elder brother) from her.

Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter "ashewo" and beat her up after a man raped her has been found (video)

Since there was no one willing to take the woman’s children in, they were taken to the police station, but the Good Samaritan who made the rape victim’s plight go viral has said the children might have to be returned to their mother since the police can’t keep them indefinitely.

Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter "ashewo" and beat her up after a man raped her has been found (video)
Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter "ashewo" and beat her up after a man raped her has been found (video)

Meanwhile, the rapist, named Baba Kekere, is on the run. Attempts are being made to find him.

Mother who called her 2-year-old daughter "ashewo" and beat her up after a man raped her has been found (video)

According to Abiodun who shared the story, Baba Kekere has raped the  2-year-old girl on multiple occasions. The girl’s mother is aware and has done nothing to the rapist. Instead, she blames her daughter for always going to meet him.

The abuse was exposed when the mother beat her 2-year-old daughter up after she woke up at night to wash clothes and found Baba Kekere raping her. The beating left the girl with a blood clot in her eye and this made people ask questions.

Published by Philip chiemenam

A writer, public speaker, blogger and a website manager

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