The Ogun State Police Command wishes to inform the general public that in the course of investigating the case of child stealing at the Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department, Eleweran Abeokuta, it has been established that the arrested “Nurse” in the case of stealing a day old baby in Ewekoro Area of the state on 13/06/2015 is a tradomedical Midwife and not a trained or registered nurse.

This was revealed and established after police investigators in the case contacted and visited relevant government and professional bodies in the state to ascertain the status of the suspect.

Further investigation has revealed that the suspect’s real name is Mrs Adebola Adebowale and not Titilayo Adebola.

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The suspect who was practicing her business of midwifery in Meran area of Lagos state before she eventually relocated to an unregistered maternity home called Amazing Grace, No 10, Akinhanmi,Street, Ifo Ogun State almost two(2) year ago.

She is also a worshipper of Osun deity.

It has also been established that the suspect and her new husband, Alhaji Ologbenla Adebowale a surveyor have christened the baby ADEBOWALE, MALIK ADEYEMI at a well celebrated naming ceremony in Ifo, Ogun State.

The Commissioner of Police Ogun State, CP Abdulmajid Ali has directed that a diligent investigation be carried out at the Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department, Eleweran Abeokuta and matter charged to court as soon as the investigation is concluded.

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The Commissioner of Police also assured the general public particularly professional bodies in medical profession of his support in getting rid of such criminal cases and impersonation of all kinds with a view to sanitizing the system.

He therefore urged the affected relevant (medical) professional bodies to collaborate with the police and other security agencies to tackle such cases of impersonation and quackery.

DSP MUYIWA ADEJOBI
PPRO OGUN STATE
ELEWERAN ABEOKUTA
10/08/2015