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Suspected Female Kidnapper Who Tried to Steal a Baby in Okoko Beaten Mercilessly (Photos)

An angry mob descended on a suspected female kidnapper and beat the hell out of her after she was reportedly caught trying to steal a baby.

The alleged kidnapper was beaten and disgraced in public
A woman in her 30s alleged to be a kidnapper has been thoroughly beaten by an angry mob after she was reportedly caught trying to snatch a baby in Okoko area of Lagos state.
The incident which happened today left many people in the area in shock.
After he was caught, the crowd used different objects to inflict serious injuries on her body.

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Igwilo Afoma Emilia, popularly known as Emilo, is a fast rising Nigerian musician, song writer and producer. A gifted writer and social commentator, Emilo is one of the strong believers of Democracy, Freedom and Social liberty. Her passion for running a news blog stemmed from her quest for truth and desire to keep the people adequately informed about the realities around them.

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