Baby factory uncover in Ikotun, Lagos. 19 pregnant girls rescued two suspect arrested

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The Lagos State Police Command has revealed an infant manufacturing plant from a detainment camp in the Ikotun region of the state.

19 pregnant young ladies, underaged kids and a day-old-infant were recouped.

An announcement from the state police order representative, Bala Elkana, says the disclosure was made after a tipoff from concerned individuals from people in general.

As indicated by Bala, on September nineteenth at about 4pm, analysts from Ishiri Osun Police Station driven by the Divisional Police Officer, CSP Chike Ibe, while following up on valid informtation got, raged a structure at no 14 adisa road Ayanwale region ikotun Lagos, suspected to be utilized for youngster dealing.

19 pregnant young ladies ages between15 and 28 were safeguarded. Four children were likewise saved. They were recouped from four distinct areas. They include: No 32 Owosho Street, Governor Road, Ikotun ; No 29 Olugbeyohun Street, Olakunle Bus Stop Abaranje; No 4/6 Anomo Street, Abaranje and Ikotun.

Bala in the announcement said the pregnant ladies were brought from Rivers, Cross River, Akwa Ibom, Anambra, Abia and Imo States with the guarantees of helping them find a new line of work and after that a short time later changed over into sex laborers.

Two ladies in particular Happiness Ukwuoma ‘f’ 40 years of age and Sherifat Ipeya ‘f’ 54 years of age (presented above) who went about as medical caretakers however had no conventional training, were captured regarding the case. They educated the police that the infant production line is claimed by one Madam Oluchi from Imo state who is presently on the run.

Bala says starter examination demonstrates that the young ladies were for the most part snatched by the suspects to get them pregnant and offering their children to potential purchasers. The young ladies were deceived with work as local staff in Lagos. The Babies are sold somewhere in the range of #300,000 and #500,000 relying upon the sex. Young men are sold for N500,000 and young ladies for #300,000.

He included that the Commissioner of Police Lagos State, CP Zubairu Muazu, visited the scene and requested the State Criminal Investigation Department to assume control over the case. The Command is working with different Agencies and partners in restoring and resettling the pregnant young ladies and the Babies.

Examination is progressing and the speculates will be charged to Court.

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