The parents said the accused was walking freely while their daughter who was the victim has continued to stay in police custody.
They also alleged that Ese and her baby were not kept in a conducive environment.
Her father, Charles Oruru said he wants his daughter out of custody and back to school.
“My daughter has been yearning and even crying to go back to school as her classmates are now ahead of her.
“She has lost a whole year to this saga and she is still in police protective custody while the accused is enjoying freedom on bail.
“I am begging the Delta government, Nigeria and the world at large to come to our aide.
“Nowadays without education one is going to nowhere. She is not doing anything in their custody, while the accused move freely and she is suffering there.
“I have called on the Delta government to assist because I have five children which Ese is the second to the last child, so my state should come to my family’s aide,” he appealed.
Rose Oruru, Ese’s mother said the police mess where Ese and her baby stay is not conducive enough.
“People from Bayelsa have been assisting us and even the police officers, we want to leave there to our house because the place (Police Officers Mess) is not a good place to stay and bring up a new born baby.
“We are just abandoned in a room that we are not even allowed to go out, we stay with our trash bin which is smelling , we and the new born baby are compelled to breathe the offensive smell.
“So the world should note that we are being marginalised for no reason, as the boy Yunusa is still owing me some money after taking my daughter to Kano to impregnate her,” she said.
The case against her abductor, Yunnusa Dahiru was on Monday shifted to December 8 due to absence of the presiding judge.