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Stolen “child” not dead, found in Gumbihini

Source:savannanews24.com:Hamza Lansah Lolly:
The 4 years old, Mohammed Fadila who was stolen over two months ago has been found at Gumbhini a suburb of the Tamale Metropolis.
The girl has since been reunited with her family.
The child thief, Adam Fuseina a native of Masaka a community near Salaga in the East Gonja district of the Savannah Region is currently been held by the Lamashegu police station for stealing the four years old.
The child thief gave different statements to the police about the whereabouts of the girl. She told the police upon her arrest that she dumped the four years old at the Tamale Central market to go home and in another brief said, the child was dead. Again, she told the police her was Sharifa Yakubu but documents found on her revealed her real name as Adam Fuseina.
Little Fadila on Sunday night was found loitering about around the Vodafone Ghana office in Tamale where she was picked up by a Good Samaritan. The good Samaritan took the girl to Zaa radio for an announcement but he was advised by the managers of the local radio station to send the child home as it was late in the night. The Good Samaritan took little Fadila to his house in Gumbihini.  The police got a hint about the child and went to the Good Samaritan’s house and picked up the girl.

Little Fadila reunited with her mother

According to the police, the child thief, Adam Fuseina is an ex-convict who was jailed 10 years in Kumasi with the same offense. Adam Fuseina was jailed in 2012 for stealing a child in Kumasi and was later on transfer to the Tamale prisons in 2015 and on 4th December 2018 was discharged for serving her 10 years sentence.

The child thief Adam Fuseina

Adam Fuseina has been charged for stealing a child, a second degree felony under section 93 of the criminal code.

She has been arraigned for the Tamale circuit court tomorrow.


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