Breaking: Baby in Dispatch Rider's Box was placed there by mother - Police

On Monday, the Lagos State Police Command said that a dispatch rider, Williams Tadule, obtained Lovina Biturs' agreement to take her 10-month-old infant away.

Tadule and Biturs were neighbours, according to the authorities, and the baby was fond of the rider.

Breaking: Baby in Dispatch Rider's Box was placed there by mother - Police
Dispatch rider

According to the authorities, the rider intended to go pick up something in the neighbourhood, but the baby's uncontrollable crying wouldn't let him leave his mother alone.

The police spokesman in Lagos, Adekunle Ajisebutu in the statement, titled, ‘Child Found With Dispatch Rider Not Stolen’.

The statement read, “On 11th March 2022, a video of a dispatch rider accused of concealing a suspected stolen child in a courier box went viral on the social media, causing apprehension.

“Although the incident was not reported at any police station, however, the Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alabi, fdc, mnim, psc, directed that the incident should be investigated immediately.

“In compliance with the directive, the investigation was initiated which led to the discovery of the scene. Upon further investigation, it was discovered that the child was not stolen after all and that he was not kept in the courier box as alleged by the mob.

The child’s mother, Lovina Biturs, was contacted. It was then revealed that the child was actually taken away and put on the dispatch motorbike by the rider with the consent of his mother.

“According to the mother, the 10-month-old baby is fond of the rider who is a relative, a neighbour and was crying uncontrollably when he (rider) wanted to go pick up something in the neighbourhood. To pacify the baby, his mother allowed him to go with the rider.

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