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Indications emerged yesterday that the Beninese woman, who allegedly had three children for her son and has been sexually involved with another son of hers, has been deported.

The woman, Fati Sime was deported along with her first son, Adamu with whom she allegedly had three children.

However, the second son, who reportedly caught his brother in a sex act with their mother in their farm in the Kiama area of Kwara State and out of jealousy provoked a fight that opened the scandal, has remained on the run.

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Operatives of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC), Kwara State Command, had arrested Fati and her son on the allegation of incest.

The arrest followed a complaint made by the district head of Mose community in Kaima Local Government Area.

Spokesman for Kwara State Command of the NSCDC, Babawale Afolabi confirmed that the incestuous relationship between Fati and her son, Adamu had resulted in the birth of three children.

That is besides the 11 children she had from her husband, Adamu’s father.

Afolabi, while confirming the deportation of the incestuous duo said: “Fati and her first son, Adamu, were deported with directive of the Commandant after the investigation and handed over to the Benin Republic operatives at the border.

“But during investigation, the first son, Adamu confessed that he has been having carnal knowledge of his mother for seven years.”

Recall that the second son had in a fit of jealousy provoked a fight when he discovered his mother and brother engaged in a sex romp in their farm.

According to a source, the discovery by Adamu’s younger brother provoked a fight, which later attracted the attention of other farmers around.

“This later led to the arrest of Adamu and Fati by the operatives of the NSCDC in Moshe Gada outpost in Kaiama. Boni, however, escaped and he is still at large,” the source added.

The age of the lady involved in the incest has, however, not been given.

Guardian

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