See What Police Said About Dispatch Rider Found With Baby

See What Police Said About Dispatch Rider Found With Baby

by Victor Ndubuisi

The Lagos State Police Command stated on Monday that the dispatch rider, Williams Tadule, who was caught with a newborn last week had the infant’s mother, Lovina Biturus’, permission to take the 10-month-old baby away.

The dispatch rider and the infant’s mother are neighbors, according to the police, and the baby adores the rider.

According to the authorities, the mother let the baby follow the guy since he was wailing hysterically and the rider needed to get something from the neighborhood.

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“To calm the kid, his mother permitted him to travel with the rider,” said Lagos Command spokesperson Adekunle Ajisebutu in a statement.


“On March 11th, 2022, a video of a dispatch rider accused of concealing a suspected stolen kid in a courier box went viral on social media, generating concern,” according to the statement.

“Abiodun Alabi, fdc, mnim, psc, the Commissioner of Police, instructed that the event be examined promptly, despite the fact that it was not reported to any police station.”

“An inquiry was launched in accordance with the instruction, which led to the discovery of the scene.
Further research revealed that the infant had not been taken after all, and that he had not been kept in the delivery box as the mob claimed.

“Lovina Biturs, the child’s mother, was contacted. The rider was then shown to have taken the youngster away and placed him on the dispatch motorcycle with his mother’s approval.

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“The 10-month-old infant, according to the mother, is fond of the rider, who is a relative and a neighbor, and was weeping hysterically when he (rider) wanted to go pick up something in the neighborhood.”
His mother permitted him to accompany the rider to calm the infant.

“On the aforementioned day, passers-by who spotted the youngster with the rider around Sangotedo neighborhood, Ajah, were suspicious and decided that the child had been stolen, raised the alarm, attracting a mob.”The mob subsequently pounced on the rider, beating him without finding out the truth.


“The dispatch rider later identified as Williams Tadule was said to have been rescued by the Chairman of the Sunview Estate, Sangotedo.

“The Commissioner of Police, therefore warns members of the public against any form of jungle justice as such uncivilized action has grave consequences.”



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