Justice for Victory: 5-Year-Old Victory Severely Abused by the Aunty in Port Harcourt

Justice for Victory, 5-Year-Old Victory Almost Killed by the Aunty in Port Harcourt

Urgent Call for Justice in Child Abuse Case in Port Harcourt

5-Year-Old Victory abused  by the Aunty, In a shocking incident that has sent shockwaves through Port Harcourt, a 5-year-old boy named Victory, a student in basic 1, has become the victim of a horrifying abuse situation. The incident came to light when a concerned parent, dropping off their own children at school, witnessed the aftermath of a brutal attack on the young boy.

According to eyewitnesses, Victory and his elder brother, residents of Port Harcourt, are under the care of their father’s sister, who runs a chemist shop in the area. Their father, working overseas, diligently sends money for their welfare. However, it seems the children’s safety was jeopardized in their own home.


Reports suggest that Victory was allegedly targeted by his aunt and her boyfriend, who subjected him to physical abuse under the false pretense that he had damaged something in the boyfriend’s car. This incident, unfortunately, is not the first of its kind, raising serious concerns about the safety and well-being of the innocent child.

Social media has erupted with outrage, with many users expressing their shock and demanding justice for Victory. The hashtag #JusticeForVictory has gained momentum as netizens call for immediate action against the perpetrators.

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In response to these disturbing allegations, concerned citizens in Port Harcourt are urging the Nigerian Police Force (@PoliceNG) to intervene swiftly. They are demanding the immediate rescue of Victory and his brother from the abusive environment and the prompt arrest of the culprits responsible for this heinous act.

The incident serves as a stark reminder of the need for vigilance in Port Harcourt’s communities to protect the most vulnerable members. As the city awaits justice for Victory, the collective hope is that swift and decisive action will be taken to ensure the safety and well-being of all children. Stay tuned to VOTP News for further updates on this developing story.

Note: This news report is based on the provided information and is credited to @CounsellorSunny for raising awareness about the incident.

5-Year-Old Victory Almost Killed by the Aunty in Port Harcourt

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