Police discover factory where babies are sold for N300,000 above

The police paraded four pregnant girls who were arrested alongside an operator of the baby factory.

A factory in Isialangwa was raided last year, freeing 19 pregnant women

Another baby factory has been discovered in Enugu State, where babies are sold at N300,000.

The state Commissioner of Police, Nwodibo Ekechukwu, on Wednesday, January 20, paraded four pregnant girls who were arrested alongside an operator of the baby factory located at Ogui-Eke in Udi Local Government Area of the state.

According to the Commissioner, when the victims deliver the babies, the suspect, who claims to be a nurse, would pay the girls N10,000 before selling the babies to prospective buyers at N300,000 and above.

He said the suspect also has a clinic in Enugu metropolis.

Ekechukwu also told journalists that the business of the owner of the factory is to get teenagers and keep them, either already impregnated or impregnating them and nurturing them before they are delivered of the babies at the clinic.

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