Friday, 17 June 2016

POLICE ARRESTS 9 PREGNANT WOMEN IN ENUGU BABY FACTORY RAID


A ‘baby factory’ was recently raided in Enugu state and 9 pregnant women were arrested 

According to the Daily Post, 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.

Here’s what Mr Amaraizu had to say: 

“On the part of the owner of the factory, he claimed that he got a provisional approval in October 2007 from ministry of women affairs and social development Enugu State to admit and shelter pregnant women in his hospital called ‘Tex Hospital and maternity home’, and that the hospital is no longer functional, hence he is now running the home from his house.

He also admitted that under the authority, he was supposed to inform the social development and women affairs within 24hrs of admitting any pregnant woman”.

According to the Enugu state police spokesperson, Mr Ebere Amaraizu, the pregnant women who are between the ages of 17-24 years, are helping the police with their investigation.

Hmmm…Na wa ooo.
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