Police in Imo Arrest Child Trafficking, Baby Factory OperatorFeatured, Ignatius Okpara, Latest News Sunday, September 8th, 2013
By Ignatius Okpara, Enugu
Mrs. Cele Eze,a middle-aged woman from Umuezeala-Ogwara in Ehime Mbano council Area of Imo State, is now in the police net for alleged running of a baby factory as well as child trafficking.
African Examiner gathered that Mrs. Eze, a nurse by profession, was apprehended by security operatives at her country home in the community.
According to a source in the community, Mrs. Eze had been operating the unholy home for a very long time now where she keeps pregnant female students and teenage girls who were being impregnated by her boys.
The source further disclosed that the babies were being sold to couples ‘looking for fruits of the womb’ at various amount of money.
However, Mr. Mathew Eze, husband of the culprit has been making moves to get her wife released from the police net.
Confirming the story, Imo state police public Relations Officer, DSP Joy Elemoko, said she is aware of the case, but was yet to get its full detail including name of the perpetrator.
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