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Niger to sponsor surgery of rape victim

Niger Government would sponsor the surgery of a 10-year-old boy victim of homosexuality at Minna General Hospital, Mrs Mairam Kolo, and the Director General of the state Child Rights Protection Agency, said.

Niger govt gives free education to 175 out of school children

The Niger State Government on Wednesday said it had started sponsoring 175 out-of-school children in various public primary and secondary schools in Minna.

Court remands eight alleged rapists in Minna

A Minna Grade 1 Magistrates’ Court on Monday remanded in prison custody, eight suspects standing trial for raping four minors in Minna.

Eight suspects arrested for raping four female hawkers

The Niger State Child Rights Protection Agency has announced the arrest of eight persons suspected of raping four girls in Minna.

Gunmen attack Fulani community, kill three children

The Child Rights Protection Agency in Niger on Thursday vowed to uncover the killers of three children during an attack on Yakpa village, Shiroro Local Government Area of the state.

Man confesses to rape of toddler in Minna

A 35-year-old rape suspect, Ahmadu Musa, on Monday confessed to the Niger State Child Rights Protection Agency how he sexually abused a 4 year-old girl in Minna.

Man admits raping 8-year-old girl in Minna, risks life sentence

A Minna Grade 1 Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday reserved judgment after a 32-year-old man, Ayuba Salihu, pleaded guilty for raping an eight-year-old girl.

Court remands teenager for defiling minor in Minna

A Minna Magistrates’ Grade 1 Court on Tuesday remanded a teenager, Mose Lawal, accused of defiling a four-year-old girl in Niger.


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