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Raid On Aba Baby Factory: Police Rescue 16 Pregnant Girls

The policemen attached to the Abia State command have raided a baby factory in Aba, the commercial nerve of the state, rescuing no fewer than 16 pregnant girls.

Although the location of the baby factory was yet to be disclosed at the time of filing this report as investigation into the matter was ongoing, the command’s spokesperson, Maureen Chinaka, who confirmed the action of the men of the command, said the police operatives from the Rapid Response Squad (RRS) also rescued eight children made up of five males and three females from the illegal home.

The identity of the pregnant girls showed that majority of them hail from neighbouring Akwa Ibom and Cross River states.

The PPRO disclosed that both the pregnant females and children whose parents were yet-to-be traced were under the custody of one Mrs. Onyinyechi Okoro (29), an indigene of Ihechiowa in Arochukwu Local Government Area of the state and one Mr. Ekene Okezie (32) from Aro-Ndizuogu in Ideato Local Government area, Imo State.

She disclosed that the police were able to record the huge success because they acted on credible intelligence.

Chinaka, who assured that the police in the state was committed to ensuring the security and safety of all law-abiding residents of the state, also assured that the police were committed to working tirelessly to ensure that other syndicates to the group were apprehended. NATION

Source: Hardcore News 

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