Police Arrest Human Trafficker, Baby Factory Suspects In Imo State

Published 4 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
at 08:30 PM, 26/06/2015 (4 years ago)

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The Police in Owerri have arrested a human trafficker and four baby factory suspects.

The Commissioner of Police in Imo, Mr Austin Evbakharbokun, told newsmen on Friday that the suspects were nabbed sequel to a report.

He gave the names of the suspects as Emmanuel Eke, the alleged human trafficker from Mbutu in Isaiala Ngwa South local government area of Abia, and 23-year-old Nkasiobi Uchenna from Nkwuegwu Umuahia also in Abia.

Other suspects included Ela David, 24, from Isoko in Delta, deaf and dump Blessing Nwabekee, and 25-year-old Oluchi Victor also from Isiala Ngwa in Abia.

Evbakharbokun said the suspects were arrested following a report that Miss Ibuchi Okafor, 20, from Ihioma in Orlu local government area of Imo whose pregnancy was due for delivery absconded from her home and later returned without a baby.

Her parents, who queried the whereabouts of the baby, grew suspicious and reported the matter to the police.

Upon interrogation, the police said Okafor disclosed that she was delivered of a baby boy at the home of Mr Emmanuel Eke of Mbutu in Isiala Ngwa South local government area of Abia.

She said the man later sold the baby to an unknown buyer.

According to Evbakharbokun, his men stormed Eke’s place and discovered other ladies believed to be producing babies for him for sale and arrested them.

In the course of investigation, he said, Eke confessed to have sold the baby delivered by Okafor at the cost of N500,000.

He said investigation was still in progress, adding that the suspects would be charged to court for trafficking of children.

When interviewed, Eke told newsmen that the child trafficking business with name Divine Mercy Maternity in Isiala Ngwa was being run by his late wife.

Okafor also confessed that she was led to Eke’s place through one of the ladies that was arrested.

She said she was given N50,000 from the proceed of the sale of the baby boy.

The commissioner, however, frowned at the development, saying the girls now get pregnant and go to other r states to deliver with ulterior motive.

He warned parents and guardians to always train their children well and ensure they know and monitor their movements to avoid such incidents.

Evbakharbokun spoke through the command’s Police Public Relations Officer, Mr Andrew Enwerem. (NAN)


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elchymo at 10:33 PM, 15/08/2015 (4 years ago)
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Hmmmmm
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ujmaria at 11:09 AM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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Better
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zezprincess at 12:29 PM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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Hmmm,everything na business,buying&selling in naija,abeg police release those people,na their workshop,what of if the girl abort the baby nko?
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Fran6ixfox at 12:46 PM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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Lol...this is so serious
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charisVEC at 12:49 PM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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Nawaoooooo..baby factory..issokay
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emma4love3 at 04:36 PM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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just see their long belle i dnt knw why
people wil decide to use this way to make money
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Fran6ixfox at 07:59 PM, 4/03/2016 (3 years ago)
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wowwwwww
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