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Ogun Police Arrest Two Suspected Baby Factory Operators

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Ogun Police Arrest Two Suspected Baby Factory Operators

The baby was reportedly sold at the rate of N400,000 to one of Ms D’ivoire’s customers.

Operatives of the Ogun State Police Command have arrested two women, who allegedly operate baby-making factories in the state.

The Police state command spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi in a statement on Monday said two women, Christiana D’ivoire Iyama and Margaret Ogwu were apprehended on the 27th of August 2022 through credible information from members of the general public.

“The suspects were arrested following information received by police at Agbado divisional headquarters suggesting that Christiana Iyama who lives at No 4, Ibrahim Famuyiwa street, Agbado Ogun State, is operating a baby factory at her home address.

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“There, she harbours young girls and hires men to impregnate them after which she will collect the baby on delivery and sell to her waiting buyers” the statement partly read.

The police image maker further disclosed that upon obtaining the information, the Divisional Police Officer, Agbado division, Superintendent of Police, Awoniyi Adekunle mobilized his detectives to the area where the said Christiana D’ivoire Iyama and Margaret Ogwu were arrested.

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According to him, “Preliminary investigation revealed that Margaret Ogwu is one of the girls harboured by Christiana D’ivoire who employed the service of a man to impregnate the young lady and collected the child on delivery.

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The baby was reportedly sold at the rate of N400,000 to one of Ms D’ivoire’s customers.

Ms D’ivoire further confessed to the police that, she sold up to three children from different women to different customers.

Reacting to the development, the state Commissioner of Police, Lanre Bankole ordered that the case be transferred to the Criminal Investigation Department for further investigation and diligent prosecution.

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