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Monday, June 19, 2017

Three Year-Old Boy Sold For N600,000

OPERATIVES of the Imo State Police Command have arrested a five-woman gang, which specialises in child trafficking for stealing a three year-old boy in Ngor Okpala Local Government Area of the state.

The suspects are Chinonye Okere, Joy Ama, Eucheria Amadi, Pauline Uzoamaka and Nnenne Okere.

Parading them before newsmen in Owerri, the state capital, the Commissioner of Police, Chris Ezike, commended the Surveillance Unit of the command, led by Bassy Asamba, a Superintendent of Police, for doing a good job and for going the extra mile to Lagos to rescue the child.

Ezike described the suspects as a chain, whose act could best be described as shameful.

“In the 21st Century when people are engaging in productive activities, like going to the moon, these ones are shamelessly engaging in buying and selling of God’s beautiful creation.

“To learn that they sold this handsome child for a pittance of N600,000 is most annoying and shameful.

“We will not spare them. We will arraign them in court on Monday (today) for them to answer their charges. The gang is a criminal chain and we will ensure that the law takes its full cost,” he said.

Responding to a question, Ezike said the police officer identified as Felix, whom the suspects accused of being part of the gang, was facing an orderly room trial and would be dismissed and charged to the court if found guilty of being part of the child-trafficking syndicate.

When interviewed, the prime suspect, Okere, who allegedly stole the child at a funeral ceremony confessed to the crime, but stated that one police man, Felix, planned and executed the criminal act with her.

She said that her husband and one other person she named as being part of the crime, Rose, were on the run.

The alleged buyer, 55-year-old Uzoamaka, who told newsmen that she lived in Lagos, said she bought the child for N600,000 from 54 year-old Mrs. Amadi in Nnewi, Anambra State in April.

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  1. They use to say money can't buy a child, but nowadays hmmmmm.

  2. Evans come see ya people, smh for this tribe.
    Very sad

    1. Why anonymous nah? Be bold enough jare, na your data and your phone.

  3. Biafrians I hail Una!!

  4. Na wa for this bros people in Ngor Okpala. Reminds me of the good times from office we all went there for a wonder event

    1. Na only thieves full Ngor okpala na,fear them and Mbaise people

  5. 600,000 ke. people are terrible.

  6. Am just tired of all dis bad pple all around this country.

    God should pls do n come take us all at once

    Mc pinky

  7. Shame! That you will buy a child through illegal means just for your own selfish purposes.
    Shame! That as wives, husbands, uncles and aunts who will probably love your own offsprings or nieces/nephews to pieces will have the temerity to pick up the child of another for less than a 100k because of greed.
    You all deserve a Special place beside Evans!

  8. Lord come and take your people. The rate of the crime thisday is alarming. Saw on the news this morning of Alfa arrested with flesh human skull @ Osun State. Where are we heading to? Not about tribe, this is end time. Free hatred in your mind with love and get prepared.
    Ngwa gwazia ndi yard unu.

  9. Igbo pipu with kidnapping selling kids robbery drugs otokoto cultismand all sort...! God go deliver una ! i´m very sure if dem grant una (TEARFRA) na una go tear am apart and kill unasef finish .
    yeye greedy and heartless pipu dem! Tuehhh.

  10. Too many sad news, you stole someone's child and sold it, the wickedness nowadays is just too much

  11. 👏👏👏👏👏 for the Nigerian Police.

    Wicked people everywhere. Awon oloriburuku dede. Tueh!!!

  12. Igbo people always in the news for the wrong things, what sort of tribe is dis, if it's not kidnapping, its money rituals and other horrible things just to make money, pls Hw far the Biafra stuff, any news? Dis set of people of deserves to stay alone. We will help u people pack if possible

  13. Anything for the money 💰, igbo kwenu



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