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Thursday, October 3, 2019

Baby Fleeing Pregnant Girls In Police Custody

Barely two weeks after 19 girls were rescued from a baby factory in Lagos State, another set of pregnant girls have been found by policemen attached to the Isolo Police Division.
The seven victims were reported to have escaped from another baby factory in the Isolo area and were fleeing the vicinity when the attention of the police was called.
The girls, whose age are between aged 13 and 27, were on the run from where they were camped on discovery what fate lies ahead for their babies who would be sold to interested buyers.
Not knowing anywhere in Lagos or how to sort for help, the police authority found and took them into custody, alongside a two-year old girl found in their company.
The Lagos State Police Public Relations Officer, DSP Bala Elkana, who confirmed the development, said the seven girls claimed that they were tricked to Lagos.
“They said they were about 20 in the facility and they were brought from different places, including Imo, Abia and Rivers states. Five of them came from Imo State.
“They were all brought under different guises, mostly employment. Some of them were promised help.
The youngest among them said she became pregnant after being r.aped in her village.
“When they all discovered that it was a baby factory and their babies would be sold, they wanted to go, but the madam held them hostage. However on their own, they ploted their escape and eventually fled last night,” he added.
Elkana appealed to Lagos residents to be on the lookout for the 13 other pregnant girls, saying they could be stranded and might be captured again by the owner of the baby factory.
The state command had on September 19 rescued 19 pregnant girls from four different locations in the state.
Two suspects were arrested as the principal suspect, identified as Madam Oluchi, escape

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