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Baby found dead at Upstation, Bamenda: Concerns for mother

The remains of a four day old baby boy weighing approximately 3.5kg has been discovered at the Bamenda up-Station.

Saidou a 12 year herdsmen made the  discovery . Saidou explained that in the course of  walking his cattle, he discovered a brown carton at the hill side. Curious to open, he saw a black plastic paper and in it was a dead baby.

He immediately alerted security forces of the army camp who, in the company of municipal authorities  got to the Scene.

The remains were buried immediately. In the meantime  investigations have been opened to identify  the mother of the dead baby.


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