Saturday, 8 October 2016

Police parade pregnant women at suspected baby factory in Delta state

The Police in Delta State have reportedly raided a suspected baby factory and arrested nine women who are planning to sell their offspring after delivery. The police said the arrest was made in Okwe community, Oshimili South Local Government Area of the state in Nigeria’s South-south region. 

The suspected baby factory syndicates were paraded on Saturday at the Police Headquarters in Asaba, the Delta State capital after a victim, Blessing Aondoseer, had reported that her husband allegedly connived with some people to take away her two weeks old baby.

The police spokesperson, Mr Kalu said investigation was ongoing to arrest other members of the syndicate who were at large. He said that the rising incidences of baby factories had added to Nigeria’s human rights issues...

Mr Kalu, however, said that the Nigeria Police was committed to ensuring that issues of child abuse and trafficking became a thing of the past. While some of the suspects spoke about their involvement in the crime. See the video posted by Channels TV below..

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