As Ese puts to bed, see what police report says about Sanusi’s role

As Ese puts to bed, see what police report says about Sanusi's roleAs Ese puts to bed, see what police report says about Sanusi's role

The Nigerian police have submitted a report detailing the abduction of 14 year Ese Oruru. The report was handed over to the Police Service Commission.

The report indicted an Assistant Inspector-General of Police in charge of Zone 1, Shuaibu Gambo and other officers.
Gambo’s sanction was informed by the sloppy investigation into the abduction of the teenager and her forceful conversion to Islam.

Gambo faced the Force Disciplinary Committee for not initiating and executing necessary steps to rescue the abducted teenager when the case was reported to his office.

Recall that Gambo had complained then because the abducted minor was domiciled at Emir Sanusi’s palace. Sanusi Lamido christened Ese’s union with Yunusa.

According to the report, Gambo did not treat Ese’s abduction with much interest which allowed the saga to drag on for six months.

Ese was abducted in 2015 and taken to Kano by Yunusa Dahiru who converted her to Islam and also impregnated her.

Malam Sanusi Lamido was part of the whole brouhaha, but the report cleanly exonerated the Emir.

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Yunusa AKA yellow is presently facing criminal prosecution in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State.

Meanwhile, Ese Oruru has given birth to a baby girl at the Government House Clinic in Yenagoa. Both mother and child are in good condition.

According to Ese’s father, Mr. Charles, “Ese delivered a bouncing girl and she and the baby are in good health. I just left the clinic where I went to see them.”

On March 8, Mr. Dahiru was charged with abduction, kidnapping, unlawful carnal knowledge and sexual exploitation.

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Dahiru, aka Yellow had pleaded not guilty to the charges leveled against him. He was granted bail to the tune of N3 million and two sureties but remained in prison custody, following inability to meet bail conditions.