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Wednesday, 23 October 2019

Two More Illegal Rehab Homes Raided, Dead Victims Discovered [Photos]

Two rehabilitation homes have been raided by the officers of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps in Zaria, Zaria Local Government Area of Kaduna State.


eleven inmates comprising of Men and Children were rescued from the rehab center know as "Malam Aliyu Mai Adakan Salatul Fathi", in Zaria. Two centers are also located at Marmara and Limanchi corner in the same Local Government Area.

No female inmate was found in these centers unlike the ones discovered in the previous raid in centers at Rigasa, Kaduna State.

According to statements from the Deputy Commandant of the Nigerian Security and Civil Defence Corps, Kaduna State Command, Mr. Nnegha Aloysious Onyema, three inmates died from the harsh conditions they experienced at the center. The suspects involved were also paraded to the public.

Illegal rehab centers are being raided for over two weeks after men of The Nigerian Police Force rescued 300 inmates from a center at Rigasa area in Kaduna State, with chains and handcuffs used to restrain the inmates by the captors.

The NSCDC Deputy Commandant gave credits to an intelligence report that led to the rescue of these 11 inmates, he also added that the inmates are between the age grade of 11 and 40 years.

“We busted two of the centres in Limanchi Corner and Marmara Centres all in Zaria and evacuated 11 inmates ranging from 11-40  years of age from the two centres while one other centre had released their inmates following information that other centres have been busted but we arrested the operator,” he said.

Onyema also said that the five operators of the centres and the victims in their custody would be handed over to the Ministry of Human Services and Social Development for protective custody and prosecution.

The State Deputy Governor, Dr. Hadiza Balarabe in company with the State Commissioner for Internal Security and Home Affairs, Samuel Aruwan and the Commissioner for Human Services and Social development Hajia Hafsat Baba were at the Headquarters of the NSCDC.

They all condemned the inhuman treatment meted out to victims in the name of rehabilitation.

Kaduna State Deputy Governor condemned the inhuman treatment against a fellow human being.

Balarabe while speaking with newsmen, assured that the government would take necessary actions against the operators while the victims would be provided necessary medical care before being handed over to their parents.

She urged parents to desist from taking their children to such centres, else they would be made to face the full weight of the law.

One of the victims,  a 30-year-old Abdullahi Ishola from Osun State told newsmen that he was lured to the centre be a family member.

According to him, “A family member just took me there and all of a sudden, I found myself in chains.

“My legs and hands were changed and ever since then, I was subjected to inhuman treatment. I was beaten regularly and denied food for several days,” he said.

Ishola, who claims to hold a National Diploma in Mass Communications from Iree Polytechnic in Osun State, expressed gratitude at finally regaining his freedom.

One of the operators of the centres, Muktar Aliyu, claimed that the inmates were sent to the centres by their parents. He also denied maltreating the inmates.


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