Friday, 30 June 2017

Nigerian man declareed wanted over suspected death of his girlfriend's son

Malaysia police has declared a 31-year-old Nigerian man identified as Ebiziem Ifeanyi Stephen wanted over the death of a five-year-old boy last Thursday, June 22.


According to the brickfields OCPD Asst Commander Ruslan Khalid, "the police brought in the deceased's mother, Nurfathiehah Ahmad Rokmar, 28, on June 23. "She was picked up by the police in Bayan Baru, Penang and will be remanded until June 30," he said in a press conference at the district police headquarters today, Thursday, June 29, adding that they may seek an extension.

CP Ruslan said that Ebeziem is Nurfathiehah's boyfriend and is believed to still be in the country.

ACP Ruslan urged the public to contact the Brickfields police at 03-9051 6222 if they have any information on Stephen's whereabouts. "We believe we can solve the case soon with his assistance," he said.

The young boy died in Hospital Kuala Lumpur (HKL) after falling into a coma. The parents are also suspected of taking hard drugs which could lead the mother's boyfriend to have headbutted the small boy.

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