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Father brutalises 4-yr-old daughter for misplacing her slippers

A man in Port Harcourt, Rivers State, has been condemned by all and sundry for allegedly brutalising his four-year-old daughter for misplacing her slippers.

How could a father do this to his kid?
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The social media user posted that, the father bought the slippers for the little girl and barely few days later, she went out to play with her friends and on coming back, the slippers were missing and efforts by the father to ask where they were proved abortive as she could not explain the circumstances.

The brutalised toddler

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This allegedly got the father so angry that he descended on the toddler and thrashed her so bad that she was left scarred. The girl was only saved by neighbours who almost lynched him over what he did to the innocent child.

How can a parent be this wicked?

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