A gaggle recognized as Adara Development Association has demanded justice for Janet Audu, a teenage woman, who was dehumanised by the household the place she was serving as a house assist.
According to a press release from Awemi Dio Maisamari, the group’s President, the intense accidents inflicted on Audu prompted her to be hospitalised.
The group warned that anybody decided to truncate the course of justice for Audu ought to desist, vowing that it’ll depart no stone unturned in guaranteeing that each one individuals liable for the act are prosecuted.
It additionally warned dad and mom to cease giving out their wards to unknown individuals who prey on the kids.
Pictures of Audu made out there to SaharaReporters present the younger woman with big scars on her face and another elements of her physique, suggesting she was badly maltteated and bodily abused.
The assertion learn, “The consideration of Adara Development Association (ADA) has been drawn to the pathetic case of Janet Audu, an Adara woman who has been hospitalised on account of severe accidents inflicted on her within the household the place she is serving as a home assist.
“The Association is subsequently thanking the goodspirited people who introduced this case to the eye of all involved people and related authorities.
“Though we’ve heard that some highly effective individuals are mounting strain for this dehumanising incident to be swept beneath the carpet, however we want to guarantee all that no stone can be left unturned to get justice for the poor woman.
“We can not help however surprise why a supposedly sane and accountable household or lady might be so vicious to a baby. We are subsequently demanding that each one individuals liable for this horrific act be prosecuted to function a deterrent to different depraved people.
“While sympathising along with her and wishing her fast therapeutic, we’re calling on all members of the Adara neighborhood to place a cease to the shameful follow of giving out their wards to unknown predator households.
“Furthermore, the Association will henceforth undertake a stronger measure of deterring all these concerned in releasing our kids to strangers.”