The National Human Rights Commission in Ondo State has asked the Department of State Services to charge the suspected persons to court in the case of the missing one year old boy, Eniola.
The toddler was reportedly missing during a service at Sotitobire Miracle Centre, a popular church in Akure on the 10th of November, which lead to the arrest of the founder of the church, Alfa Babatunde.
The Ondo State Coordinator of the NHRC, Mr. Oyewole Sunday, said they had visited the church earlier for investigation after receiving a report of the incident and that there was need to charge all those suspected to have a hand in the boy’s disappearance to be charged to court based on proof on the ground.
His word, “Since the matter was brought to the notice of the commission, the commission had earlier visited the church where the incident took place, and interrogated the founder in respect to the matter.
Moreover, we have equally been on steady communication with parents of the child and their legal representative.
Pursuant to Section five (5) of the National Human Rights Commission Act year 2010 as amended, this complaint was initiated by the National Human Rights Commission for investigation.
It is our view that while the process of the investigation is still ongoing, the matter be charge to a court of competent jurisdiction to guarantee that the suspects are made to face the legal process.