Ese Rita Oruru, the 14 year old girl from Bayelsa state who was abducted by Yinusa Dahiru, alias Yellow may be about 5 months pregnant, according to vanguard
The white Hijab she wore when she arrived on Tuesday, was used to disguise the alleged pregnancy. Her pregnant condition was what made the IGP, Solomon Arase to give instructions to fly her to by air after she was rescued, rather than by road.
This was after she had been handed over to the Gender and Child Protection Unit where a team from the Medical Department of the Force carried out a comprehensive medical examination of her at the Police Medical Facility in Area 1, Garki and confirmed her pregnancy.
Meanwhile, the IGP has directed the Bayelsa State Police Command to take over investigation in the child violence offense saga because the offense was committed in Bayelsa which is the place of residence of the abductor, Yunusa Dahiru.
Consequently, Vanguard was told that Yunusa will be moved to Yenegoa to face interrogation and prosecution for kidnapping and child abuse as well as violence against a girl-child.
Classmates and companions of Ese Oruru on Wednesday said they were still in stun over her snatching and compelling marriage to a Kano-based man.
At the point when The Nation went to the Central Epie Secondary School, Opolo, where Ese was a SSS 1 understudy before her sudden vanishing, typical scholastic and social exercises were progressing in the school.
There were signs that the stole young lady more likely than not carried on with a calm life in the school as the vast majority of the understudies asserted they didn’t have any acquaintance with her.
In the wake of making request, an understudy took our journalist to three studies in SSS 1 whom she distinguished as Ese’s companions.
The companions, who distinguished themselves just as Faith, Esther and Ebiyomi, said they were stunned at the way their friend was taken away.
Nonetheless, Faith said she was glad that the riddle about her vanishing had been determined and she was en route back.
She said they had made a game plan to go to the young lady’s home and get her.
“We have missed her. I am glad we are going to see her once more. I was extremely stunned when I found out about the story, however I didn’t trust it at first.
“After school that day I raced to her parent’ home to affirm what I heard in school. When I got to their home I met her dad who portrayed the story to me. It was truly pitiful,” she said.
Confidence said it was not genuine that Ese ran off with the Kano-based man, including that she never talked about anything identifying with affection with them