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#JusticeforHafzat: Young girl maltreated by step mother in Sokoto cries out for help – PHOTOS

Concerned Nigerians are calling on the Sokoto State Government and the Federal Government of Nigeria to look into the maltreatment of a teenager in Sokoto, Hafzat Zulkiflu by her Stepmother, Rahila Yakubu.

 

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Hafsat who hails from Kebbi State has since the separation of her parents been in the custody of her dad and stepmother. Eyewitnesses reports that she is being punished on a daily basis by her step mum with help from her sister Hannatu Yakubu.

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According to eyewitnesses, Hafsat, whose father Alhaji Zilkifilu Abdullahi Ajiya Argungu is a retired customs officer has been out of school (both Islamic and western) for a while now ran to the neighbor’s house early today while she was been punished for being stubborn.

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The neighbors reported the case to the Human Rights Commission in Sokoto state.

Hafsat is currently at the State CID as investigations are still ongoing.

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