14-year-old Miss Ese Oruru reportedly put to bed earlier today with sources saying the teenager gave birth to a baby girl.
Recall that RIPPLES NIGERIA reported on the 18th of May that the pregnant Ese may soon deliver and we can authoritatively confirm that it has come to pass.
Reports say Ese who was abducted and married out without the consent of her parents last August went into labour this morning and was promptly rushed to the Government House Clinic where she gave birth.
Sources say Ese, who is now being referred to as “Government Child” and who was looking wild when she returned to her parents in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State; from where she was abducted by her lover Yinusa Dahiru has now regained her serenity.
According to reports, Ese who has been domiciled at the Police Officers’ Mess, located some distance away from the Federal Medical Centre and the headquarters of the Bayelsa State Police Command has stabilized to a great extent after she was freed by her abductors.
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