Baby Dies After Mother Gives Tramadol So She Could Go Partying

The baby who was given Tramadol by her mother so she can have enough time to go clubbing has died

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Cameroonian police have reportedly detained an unnamed lady whose kid died after she allegedly administered tramadol to her toddler and then went partying.

According to the Instagram user who published the tale with photos of the lady and the deceased baby, the mother administered the medication to the child so that the baby could sleep while she went out to party with friends.

The event was alleged to have occurred in the Likombo district of Tiko in Cameroon’s South-West region.

It was also discovered that the mother locked the infant in the house after administering the medicine to him before leaving.

When she returned, she discovered the child lifeless where she had placed him and immediately raised the alarm. 

It was also discovered that citizens of the neighborhood attacked her and beat her up before the cops interfered and hauled her away.

“This lady you see here committed an atrocity last night in Likomba, Tiko,” the caption says. 

Despite holding a newborn baby in her arms, she wanted to go dancing with pals.

“The only thing standing in her way was the innocent youngster, because she couldn’t take him to the club. 

So, what did this young lady do?

She decided to give him tramadol so he could fall asleep quickly. 

This allows her to go out and party with her buddies.

“She gave her tramadol and locked the baby inside. 

She arrived home this morning to learn that the baby had died as a result of the heavy drugs she had given him.

“Likomba residents swarmed on her and severely thrashed her. 

Law enforcement officers intervened, and the girl is currently detained. 

The infant has been laid to rest. 

“May the innocent baby’s soul rest in peace.”


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