A bundle of joy that some will go to any length to have is what an unknown mother abadoned at a dump site.

Residents of Jeun Makadi community in the Masaka area of Nasarawa State were baffled on Tuesday when they saw the corpses of newborn twin babies at a dump in the area.

It was learnt that the babies, who were suspected to have been dumped on Monday, were reportedly killed by wandering pigs.

One of the babies was injured in the face while the other corpse had been carried away by the pigs

Some community leaders reported the incident to policemen from the Masaka division, who visited the dump.

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A resident, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said people staying close to the dump confirmed that the babies were brought alive to the spot.

He said, “We believe that the babies were left at the dump on Monday evening or Tuesday morning. When we got to the dump, pigs had already eaten one of the babies and escaped with the corpse. Some people staying close to the dump told us that there were indications that the kids were alive when they were abandoned"

A youth in the community, Garba Julius, said the community and the police were investigating the incident to unravel the culprits.

The Police Public Relations Officer, Nasarawa State Police Command, DSP John Kennedy, however, said the command had yet to receive information on the incident.

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