Girl throws her new born baby from 2-storey building

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Residents of Ezeani in New Haven, Enugu State were on Tuesday treated to a horror as a young lady threw her one-day-old baby from a two-storey building few hours after she was delivered of the baby.

DAILY POST gathered that the police have already arrested the nursing mother for killing the male.

The lady whose, identity could not be immediately ascertained by press time, according to eyewitnesses, was impregnated by unknown person but had been concealing the unwanted pregnancy for quite sometime.

She was said to have successfully delivered the baby boy at her Ezeani street residence , New Haven, Enugu on Tuesday unknown to her neighbours.

But ironically, she wrapped the child and the placenta and thew him from a two storey building in a bid to do away with the child. His skull was reportedly shattered and he died instantly.

Eyewitnesses said some residents, who noticed the bizzare incident, alerted the New Haven police division which led to her arrest.

The killer mother was said to have hid herself in the room, a development that made the security operatives and health officials to conduct emergency examination on all the women in the compound to determine who delivered the baby.

However, when the lady was examined it was discovered that she was bleeding, an indication that she was responsible for the wicked act.

The Enugu State Police spokesman, Mr Ebere Amaraizu, confirmed the incident and arrest of the lady, saying she was already helping the police in their investigations.

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