Nigerian parents arrested in the US for starving son to death

by Staff writer

A Nigerian couple, Titilayo and Kehinde Omosebi, living in Wisconsin, US, have been arrested after their son, Ayanfe, starved to death during a 40-day religious fast.

According to the Facebook page of Reedsburg Police, the father of the deceased, Kehinde walked into the police station to report that his son had died on Sunday.

Police revealed that they went to the home of the Omosebis and had to force their way in, as the doors were padlocked from the inside.

“They found Ayanfe O. Omosebi (15) extremely emaciated and deceased. Officers also located an 11–year-old, also extremely emaciated, but alive and 48-year-old Titilayo A. Omosebi also emaciated but responsive.

The father, Kehinde S. Omosebi (49), who described himself as a religious minister affiliated with Cornerstone Reformation Ministries, and his family had started a fast on July 19, 2018 and were fasting for 40 days.”

Officers located no food in the apartment. Kehinde stated that Ayanfe had died on Friday.

Titilayo and the 11-year-old were taken to Reedsburg Area Medical Center for treatment but Titilayo refused treatment, citing religious restrictions.

The 11-year old was taken into protective custody and medically treated and eventually transported to Children’s Hospital in Madison, WI.

Kehinde and Titilayo, have been taken into custody and transported to the Sauk County Jail where they were charged with neglecting a child and causing great bodily harm leading to death.

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