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Sarah Ngaba

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A mother who battered her two-month-old daughter by leaving permanent brain damage was sentenced to 14 years in prison.

Sarah Ngaba caused ‘catastrophic injuries’ in her child and was unable to receive medical attention for more than two hours following the attack in November 2019.

A court overheard that Ngaba lied repeatedly about how her baby was ‘limp and unresponsive’ when she took her to the hospital.

It was stated that the 27-year-old boy lied during the police investigation.

Paramedics later concluded that the little boy had been consistently injured by a severe attack, and Ngaba later admitted that he had hit the boy, but claimed that he did not want to injure him.

However, prosecutors stated the nature and severity of the minor’s injuries that Ngaba intends to cause serious harm.

Jurors heard that the girl suffered “life-threatening and life-limiting wounds” as a result of the attack “permanently impairing the quality of life”.

Sarah Ngaba Age

She Is 28 Year old

Sarah Ngaba Jailed, Investigation

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  • Sarah Ngaba, 27, causes ‘catastrophic injuries’ to her two-month-old daughter
  • Stafford Crown Court heard ‘permanently ruining the baby’s quality of life’
  • Ngaba has lied to paramedics many times about how her baby has become unresponsive.
  • She was sentenced to 14 years in prison after she was found guilty.

27-year-old mother sentenced to 14 years in prison after causing ‘catastrophic’ injuries that left her two-month-old daughter with permanent brain damage

Paramedics later concluded that the little boy had been consistently injured by a severe attack, and Ngaba later admitted that he had hit the boy, but claimed that he did not want to injure him.

However, prosecutors stated that the nature and severity of the minor’s injuries had been intent on Ngaba to cause serious harm.

Jurors heard that the girl suffered “life-threatening and life-limiting wounds” as a result of the attack “permanently impairing the quality of life”.

Shrops, Telford’s Ngaba, was imprisoned at the Stafford Crown Court on Monday after being convicted of intentional bodily harm.

Warren Stanier of the Royal Prosecution Service later said: ‘Sarah Ngaba has permanently destroyed her baby’s quality of life with her actions.

Her baby has suffered a serious injury and will be completely dependent on others for the rest of her life.
The defendant ‘changed his account many times’ and Brookside said he tried to blame the father of the baby who was not present at Telford during the attack.

Det Insp Jo Whitehead of West Mercia Police added: ‘This is a substantial prison sentence for an incredibly upsetting case.

Ngaba did the opposite of what would be expected of a caring mother.

Her horrific actions led to a permanent decline in her daughter’s future quality of life. ‘

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