The Niger State Child Rights Protection Agency says it will ensure that parents of the 15 children discovered from a torture house in Suleja are prosecuted in accordance with the law.
Hajiya Mariam Kolo, Director-General of the agency, made this known during a visit to the COVID-19 isolation centre where the children are receiving medical attention in Minna on Monday.
The police, following reliable information received on July 18, rescued the children from a house disguised as an Islamic study centre.
The children were said to have been physically abused, chained by their teacher and had scars all over their bodies.
They were later handed to the state child rights agency to be taken care of.
“The children are doing fine now, we have been taking good care of them in terms of feeding and medical care and until we are sure they are out of danger medically before we will reunite them with their families,” she said. (Vanguard)