Recall that the said Busayo was on Monday, November 26, instructed by Mrs Mutana, to go and pick her children from school and take them home as she (Mrs Mutana) couldn’t do so due to the nature of her job.

Unfortunately for Madam, the househelp had carefully planned how to kidnap her children, a 6-year-old boy and a 3-year-old girl.

She executed her wicked plan effortlessly because she is known to the school authorities and familiar with the children.

The good news is that the two children of Mr and Mrs Aneru Mutana of Gbagada Phase 2, Lagos, were found in the early hours of Sunday, December 2, 2018.

They were found at a location close to Nigeria Seme border, in Benin Republic.

Investigation so far revealed that Busayo is a member of a kidnap syndicate who gives her out as househelp to unsuspecting parents.

When she finally lands the job, she warms her way into the children's heart and wins the trust of her employers. Once she gets to this stage, she bares her fangs.

The Commissioner of Police, CP Edgal Imohimi after another successful busting of the kidnappers, has warned households interested in engaging the services of domestic servants to beware of whom they are dealing with.

He reiterated his earlier warning that employers ought to carry out a background check of persons they are bringing to homes; and profile them in order to make investigation easy for the police should the need arise. 

The Command reasonably believes that Busayo may not be the househelp’s real name as the police are still looking for her.

So, Nigerians have been urged to take cognizance of her face and alert the nearest police formation of her location and if possible arrest and hand her over to the police. 

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