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Mrs Kafayat Lawal of 45- year-old got infuriated over the actions of her two children and decided to deal.wuth them, but, the punishment went awry .
Mrs Lawal has landed in the police net for killing her child and injured another in the course of correcting her children who went out for days without permission .
Men of Ogun state police command have arrested Lawal, for allegedly stabbing her 17-year-old daughter Ayomide Adekoya with broken bottle to death.
The woman also stabbed another child with broken bottle in the hand which led the victim hospitalised .
The Police Public Relations Officer in the state, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi disclosed this in a statement on Friday .
Oyeyemi explained that the suspect was arrested following an information received by the Divisional Police Officer Ogijo divisional headquarters CSP Mohammed Suleman Baba at about 2;30 pm.
The PPRO said the suspect locked her two daughters in a room where she beat and injured them with broken bottle.
He said “upon the information, the DPO mobilised his men and moved to the scene where the two victims were rescued and taken to hospital for treatment before one of them gave up the ghost.
“The suspect was then arrested and taken to custody.
“On interrogation, the suspect who claimed to have separated from her husband nine years ago informed the police that her two daughters left home during the Salah and didn’t return till following day.
“This infuriated her, and when she wanted to beat them, people around pleaded on their behalves and she left them, only for them to go out again the following day and passed the night outside.
“It was the annoyance that made her to lock them inside and injured them both with broken bottle.
“The older one Blessing Adekoya 19 was injured in the hand, while her younger sister Ayomide was stabbed in the chest and unfortunately gave up the ghost while receiving treatment.”
Oyeyemi however said the Commissioner of Police, Edward Ajogun, has ordered the immediate transfer of the suspect to homicide section of the state Criminal Investigation and Intelligence Department for further investigation and diligent prosecution.