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House Of Horror In Ibadan: Rescued Inmates Admitted In Hospital, Others Reunited With Families

IBADAN, OYO STATE, NIGERIA - Oyo State  Commissioner for Women Affairs and Social Inclusion, Faosat Sanni, has made public that no fewer than twenty-three of the rescued inmates of the Ibadan house of horror, otherwise known as Olore Correctional Centre, have been admitted in hospital

The victims were admitted at Adeoyo State hospital in Ibadan. 

The victims were admitted so they could receive better health care treatment before being released to their families.

The Commissioner further stated that about 100 others were reunited with their families.

It would be recalled that the notorious centre was, last week, discovered by the state government and inmates were rescued by security personnel, after which Governor Seyi Makinde visited the place and ordered its demolition.

Addressing a press conference on the updates, Faosat Sanni, said: “After due profiling of the rescued inmates by the relevant agencies, over 100 of the rescued inmates were handed over to their relatives, with an agreement not to return them to such centres.

“Cases like this and many societal ills are better handled by social workers in the ministry.”

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