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Kids abandoned as their parents are imprisoned for different offences (Photo)
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Kids abandoned as their parents are imprisoned for different offences (Photo)

Yvonne Williams

Three kids of the same parents have been abandoned in Mushin area of Lagos following the arrest of their parents who have been arrested and remanded in prison custody.

Their parents, Taofik Aremu and his wife, Latifat, were arraigned before a Lagos Task Force and Magistrate court for committing different offences and have been remanded in prison for the past five weeks .

Kids abandoned as their parents are imprisoned for different offences (Photo)

While Taofik was remanded at a prison in Badagry, his wife is said to be at Kirikiri prison.

Their three Kids,  kudirick, 4, and the twins Taye and Kehinde, 2, consequently have been left to their fate at 13 Agoro street in their Mushin home.

According to P.M Express trouble began for the embattled parents when Mr Aremu went to work and was arrested by the Lagos State Task Force. He was subsequently arraigned and remanded in prison.

His wife, Lafifat had disagreement with their landlady who dragged her to the Police at Olosan division in Mushin over rent .

She was charged before Ogba Magistrate court where she was granted bail but there was nobody to stand as her sureties because of money .

It was gathered that the landlady, Iyabola Oladokun asked her to move out from her rented apartment despite having an existing one year rent.

They had exchange of words, the landlady went to the police station where she reported that she was insulted by Latifat. The police arrested her and charged her to court.

At the court, she pleaded not guilty. The presiding Magistrate granted her bail in the sum of N50,000 with two sureties in the like sum .

She was remanded in the custody pending when she will perfect her bail conditions.

When the matter came up on Thursday, it was further adjourned till 15 April 2017.

At the court, their neighbours brought those kids for her to take to them prison, but she was not allowed to do so.

She wept before she was taken back to the custody.