A 13-year-old woman rescued by Baby’s Proper and Rehabilitation Community (CRARN) in Akwa Ibom state has narrated her ordeal.
Religion, from Ini Native Authorities Space of the state, informed the NGO that she needed to take refuge on the streets, deserted buildings, bush as a result of discrimination and abuses she confronted in her aunt’s house.
Based on the NGO, Religion bears her grandfather’s title as a result of she doesn’t know her mother and father and stayed together with her aunt in Nsit Ubium Native authorities Space.
“At house, she faces myriads of discrimination and abuses which sadly compelled her to ceaselessly sleep in deserted buildings and generally within the bush till yesterday when a Good Samaritan led her to the CRARN Kids Centre, Eket the place she at present takes refuge and goes to highschool,” the NGO mentioned in a statment on Sunday.
Religion informed a CRARN administrative personnel that she desires to be a physician or banker.
“I’m planning to change into a physician or a banker by the Grace of God that’s why I examine very exhausting in class.”
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