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Police Arrest Lagos Couple For Running Baby Factory


The Lagos State Police Command has captured a couple on Treasure Palace Close, in the Igando territory of the state, for purportedly harboring pregnant ladies and offering infants. The couple – Adeola Adebayo, 50; and 40-year-old Binta Adebayo – were captured on Sunday by agents of the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad of the summon.

Three vigorously pregnant ladies purportedly took into illicit guardianship by the couple were likewise liberated by the police.

They were distinguished as Favor Osikwemeh, 19; Precious Emmanuel, 27; and 25-year-old Onome Oputi.

The police claimed that the couple had sold a few infants and had intended to misuse the eager moms upon conveyance.

Osikweme, who is seven-month pregnant, said a companion, Lepa, took her to Binta in December 2017 to remain with the lady until the point when she put to bed.

She clarified that Binta presently couldn’t seem to familiarize her with the arrangement to offer her unborn child.

She stated, “I was not let it know is a child industrial facility. I was remaining with my companion called Lepa. She disclosed to me that her flat was too little and she took me to the lady’s home to bring forth my youngster.

“I have been with the lady since December 2017. She (Binta)told my mum that I was working for her, yet we didn’t arrange installment for my kid.”

Emmanuel said she was pregnant for an outsider, including that her sister acquainted her with the child manufacturing plant.

“My sister took me to the lady after I was impregnated by an outsider. The lady at that point guaranteed to settle me when I am conveyed of my infant,” she said.

At the point when paraded on Tuesday at the Lagos State Police Command home office in Ikeja, Adeola said he didn’t know his better half ran a child manufacturing plant, guaranteeing that they were not living respectively.

He stated, “The police captured us for running an infant industrial facility, yet I don’t know anything about it. I was captured before my home. The police investigated the pregnant ladies who disclosed to them that I didn’t know anything about it.”

Binta, who additionally distinguished herself as Nene Okoro, said the pregnant ladies were laborers in a shop where she sold beverages discount.

She stated, “I am not running any child production line. I have never sold any child. Two of the three ladies just helped me with my business. They enable me to offer beverages at the shop. They don’t remain with me.

“The other lady (Oputi) is my little girl in-law, and she has been living with me for more than four years. She is my child’s significant other who is presently in Cameroon and she has two kids for him. On the off chance that I sold infants, why I didn’t offer my two grandchildren?”

The state Commissioner of Police, Edgal Imohimi, said the speculates generally sold kids without their moms’ assent, including that they would be given over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons for indictment.

He stated, “They harbored youthful pregnant women until the point that they are conveyed of their infants. A short time later, these children are taken from them and sold without the assent of the youthful moms.

“Amid the attack, three young ladies were safeguarded. They are Favor Osikwemeh, 19, (seven months pregnant), Precious Emmanuel, 27, (seven months pregnant), and Onome Oputi, 25, (nine months pregnant).

“The casualties will be given over to NAPTIP for mind, while the couple will be indicted.”


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