The woman is allegedly fond of beating, chaining and subjecting all her servants to hard labour and psychological trauma.
For allegedly maltreating her house help, a woman identified as Okanlawon Omowunmi, has been arrested by Ogun State Police Command.
The arrest of the 29-year-old woman who lives in Arepo Area of Ogun State was made known on Monday by the Police Public Relations Officer, Muyiwa Adejobi, who said the arrest was based on a complaint by a Non-Governmental Organisation, NGO, Women Arise For Change, Initiative led by Joe Odumakin
Mr. Adejobi said neighbours of the suspect, who is allegedly fond of maltreating her domestic servants, told the Women Arise Initiative of her attitudes towards her servants saying they could not tolerate it any longer.
He said, thereafter, the non-governmental organization informed the police detectives attached to Ibafo Divisional Headquarters who moved to arrest Ms. Omowunmi and rescued the two young victims.
Ms. Omawunmi, a mother of one, is allegedly fond of beating, chaining and subjecting all her servants to hard labour and psychological trauma.
Mr. Adejobi promised to work hard with all relevant groups, individuals and governmental agencies to stop child abuse, child labour, domestic or gender violence, and human trafficking in the state.
The police boss especially thanked Ms. Okei Odumakin for her efforts in curbing human rights abuse and promised to ensure that justice is served in all cases handled by the command.