Another baby factory has been discovered in Abia State run by a husband and wife just as five pregnant women were rescued by the police.
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The police report that the discovery of the baby factory located at the Ogbor-Hill area of Aba, the commercial nerve center of the state, was made possible following a tip-off.
Chidinma Ifeanyi Chukwu, who hails from Isiala Mbano in Imo State, Kelechi Sampson and Happiness Godwin both from Mboko Umuanunu village in Obingwa, Abia State, Mercy Okoronkwo, a native of Alayi in Bende Local Government Area and Oluebube Onyabu, an indigene of Umuanunu village in Obingwa Local Government Area of the state, who were all in different stages of pregnancy.
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The State Commissioner of Police, Adeleye Oyebade, while parading the rescued women, said his men acted on a report that the suspects were running a child trafficking home and frowned at the rate at which people indulge in the illegal sale of children in the state, adding that it was an act of wickedness against children.