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  • 3-inch-nail victim Friday discharged against medical advice, suspect disappears
  • LAGOS— Eight-year-old boy, Friday Paul, whose
    paternal uncle tortured and allegedly drove
    three-inch nail into his skull, has been
    discharged from hospital against medical advice.
    This came after a representative of Lagos Child
    Protection Network, visited Sagamu Road Police
    Division, Ikorodu, where the suspect, Mr. Ifeanyi
    Paul, was being detained.
    The Divisional Police Officer, DPO, was said to
    have dismissed the matter, claiming it was mere
    fiction and that the suspect had no case to
    answer.
    Vanguard learned that the police had discharged
    the suspect and sent some officers to his abode
    at 6, Anjolarin Street, Odogunyan, Ikorodu, to
    warn neighbours and sympathisers to stop
    divulging information to journalists or risk
    prosecution.
    At press time, Mr. Paul’s apartment was under
    lock and key, an indication that he has relocated
    from the area. There was palpable fear in the
    neighbourhood as some residents, who spoke
    under the condition of anonymity, said the
    female Investigative Police Officer, IPO,
    personally visited the area to warn them to stay
    out of the matter or have themselves to blame.
    Also, at Saviour the Rock Hospital, nurses were
    unwilling to cooperate with Vanguard as they
    have been warned by the Police to mind their
    businesses.
    Doctor Odumabo Adelana referred the reporter
    to Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Dr.
    Jide Idris, when he was contacted on phone.
    However, a senior Police officer, who pleaded
    anonymity, said his colleagues may have
    compromised as the IPO speaks the same
    dialect with the suspect.
    He said the suspect and his immediate family
    have relocated to an unknown place after the
    victim was discharged outside medical advice.
    The source said the IPO and Friday’s senior
    uncle visited the hospital, weekend, to withdraw
    all the exhibits from the hospital, after which the
    boy was discharged against medical advice.
    According to the source, “we have enough
    evidence to prosecute the suspect for child
    abuse, assault and attempted murder, but our
    Oga (DPO) and IPO are shielding him for
    reasons best known to them.
    “There are many exhibits relating to the crime:
    belt, nail, X-ray film, radiological report, GP’s
    report from General Hospital, Ikorodu, and
    referral letter showing nail in the head.
    “Also, there are pictures of the injury site before
    and after the surgery and pictures of the
    previous scars on the face, forehead and legs.
    But for reasons best known to the DPO, the
    suspect was discharged and acquitted over the
    weekend.”

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