The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) Zamfara State Command has rescued a baby boy who was dumped in a waste bin by his caregivers.
The baby was discovered naked in a waste bin in Ungwan Yerima Community of the state.
Residents in the area had reported the incident to NSCDC.
On receiving the information, the corps immediately directed its medical team and intelligence Departments to visit the community and rescue the baby.
The spokesperson of the NSCDC, Ikor Oche, said the infant was found without clothes.
The rescued baby has been handed over to the Gusau Local Government sole Administrator and thereafter taken to the Orphanage home under the monitor and supervision of the Zamfara NSCDC.
Meanwhile, the lifeless bodies of an unidentified man and woman have been found along the Mowe/Ibafo axis of Lagos-Ibadan highway.
Residents of the area said the car was noticed on Tuesday with two of them locked in the car.
There have been few speculations about the cause of death.
A resident in the area identified as Jane told newsmen that: “The car has been standing here since yesterday (Monday). But this morning, people moved closer and discovered that there were two lifeless bodies inside it. We don’t know what killed them.”