on Wednesday, said the baby had malaria which made his temperature to
rise, adding that he died despite taking prescribed drugs for the
of his earlier medical condition as he had been doing well after going
through a series of corrective surgeries.
ensure that advice was given speedily on the death and the case of the
stepmother, who had been remanded in the Old Minna Prison.
Bello, and his wife, were devastated by the news of Dauda’s death as
they had planned to contribute to the transplant.
two-month-old at the time, lost his genitals after a savage attack by
his 17-year-old stepmother, Bara’atu Rabiu.