The Abia state police command has uncovered a baby factory at Ogbor-Hill area of Aba. Two suspects involved in the running of the illicit business have been arrested. Five pregnant women were found at the baby factory.
A baby factory has been uncovered by the Abia state police command. The baby factory was uncovered at the Ogbor-Hill area of Aba in Abia state. The police say five pregnant women were rescued from the baby factory. Abia police also arrested a 54-year-old man, Nkem Nwokocha and his wife, identified simply as nurse, who were said to be the owners of the baby factory.
The pregnant women rescued includes one 29-years-old Chidinma Ifeanyi Chukwu, who hails from Isiala Mbano in Imo state, Kelechi Sampson, 20, and Happiness Godwin from Mboko Umuanunu village in obingwa, Abia State. Others are Okoronkwo Mercy, a native of Alayi in Bende Local Government Area and Oluebube Onyabu also from Umuanunu village in Obingwa Local Government Area of the state.
While parading the suspects at the police headquarters in the state capital, Umuahia, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Adeleye Oyebade, said the police acted on a report that the suspects were running a child trafficking home that led to their arrest. The police boss frowned at the rate at which people indulge in the illegal sale of children in the state, adding that it was an act of wickedness against children.
In the same vein, a baby factory (where pregnant women are made to stay, have their babies and put them up for sale) was recently discovered in Enugu state after a police raid. The baby factory located at Etiti Amankwo, Ngwo, 9th Mile, in Udi local government area, was being operated by one Ikechukwu Onoh. Following the raid on Saturday, June 11, a total of nine pregnant women were arrested, some of who claimed had been rape victims who had gotten pregnant after their ordeal and couldn’t go home to their parents.
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