Stella Dimoko Police Bust Baby Factory In Abia State And Rescue Pregnant Women And Babies


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Saturday, March 09, 2024

Police Bust Baby Factory In Abia State And Rescue Pregnant Women And Babies

The Nigeria Police via its Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), SP Maureen Chinaka, said in a statement made available to journalists in the state on Friday
that it rescued 16 pregnant women and eight children at a baby factory in Aba, Abia State.

Chinaka, who did not disclose the location of the baby factory in Aba, said the location was withheld to avoid compromising ongoing investigation.

She said the Police also arrested one Onyinyechi Okoro and Ekene Okezie, who were alleged operators of the baby factory.
According to the statement, the rescued persons are: Joy Mathew, Stella Okon Bella Okon and Idara Emmanuel.
 Blessing Okon, Blessing Ede, Promise Akpan, Joy Edet, Josephine Asuquo and Glory John, Goodness Peter, Ifeoma Ozoemena, Victoria Robert, Blessed Monday, Victoria Liberty and Anita Sunday were also rescued by the Police.

Among the eight children rescued are five females – China Marvelous, Nancy Sunday, Marvelous Sunday, Martha Ubong and Deborah Ndifreke.
Three male children were among those rescued – Praise Answer, Goodness Destiny and Victor Aniebeti.

Chinaka said the victims were rescued when the Rapid Response Squad, RRS in Aba, using credible information raided an alleged baby factory on March 7.
According to her, the rescued girls and children are kept by Mrs Onyinyechi Okoro from Ihechiowa in Arochukwu LGA and from Arondizuogu in Ideato LGA of Imo.
The PPRO said that discreet investigations were ongoing regarding the baby factory’s operations.

She, therefore, urged people to be security conscious and support police activities by volunteering information on suspects and criminal activities.
Chinaka said the police remained committed to protecting law -abiding citizens, adding that it would continue to ensure the safety of lives and property of residents of Abia.

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  1. Replies
    1. Good job from the most hard working people in the world.

  2. Some of them pregnant girls don't want to be rescued.

    1. Till the reason why such evil exists and it is addressed, they treat the symptoms and not the problem

    2. Till the reason why such evil exists and it is addressed, they treat the symptoms and not the problem

  3. While growing up, there was the saying, you can't buy a child in the market. But Nigerians has changed the narrative. What Nigerians can not do to make money does not exist.

  4. ChIka (hello iya boys)9 March 2024 at 09:49

    Na waooo
    ThankGod for them o🙏🙏

  5. All this is a waste of time, Baby factory thing can not stop for now.. more and more people are having difficulty conceiving and adoption process is cumbersome.

    I shake my head anytime a man realizes children are not his from DNA. Many of them babies are from baby factory.

    1. Point of correction.. Many are from away match not baby factory. Abi the so-called father didn't see his wife pregnancy.?

    2. 10:56, they have a drug that makes them look bloated and belly swollen like pregnancy.

  6. So they packed 3 sisters together in the same place?! Stella, Bella and blessing Okon, this kind of evil among we Nigerians ehn.
    I hope more of these rings are busted.

    1. I been thinking say na only me notice am. Just imagine if na the same man impregnate three of them. And the children some how,some how come end up marrying themselves without knowing them be siblings.

  7. Before readiythe headline in full, seeing the first two words "baby factory" I already knew it must be in the East


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