Police Bust Baby Factory, Make Arrests

In a clean, but very surprising swoop on clandestine crime, the police bust baby factory after a raid on the home of one Melvina Uju Uba.

Melvina is a resident of Oba, Idemili South Local Government Area of Anambra State. Her home was said to have been turned into a baby factory, for breeding and subsequent sales of children.

What was discovered as the police bust baby factory was able to gather that 10 ladies, including five pregnant women, were apprehended and arrested by the police. At the same time, five newborn babies and three children were rescued from the home.

It was learnt that the home harboured ladies who were used to produce children, who are later sold out to those in need of children at various amounts, depending on their gender.

Police Bust Baby Factory, Make Arrests
Some Of The Arrested Women On Parade As Police Bust Baby Factory

Chief Superintendent of Police who is also the Public Relations Officer of Anambra State Police Command, Mr Haruna Mohammed, disclosed the arrest to journalists.

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Mohammed revealed the arrested women’s names: Edna Nnadi, 37 years, Ujunwa Nweke, 25 years, Izuchukwu Uba, 24 years, Chinaza Ibeh, 19 years, Peace Okon Effiong, 25 years.

Others are; Gift Collins, 20 years, Chimkaso Kingsley, 25, Happiness Monday, 1, Chioma Okonkwo, 25 and Uchechukwu Nwankwo, 18.

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