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NIGERIAN BOY ARRESTED FOR IMPREGNATING WOMEN

NIGERIAN BOY ARRESTED FOR IMPREGNATING WOMEN

A 17-year-old boy has been arrested for impregnating ten women.

The young man had been hired to work in a factory that produced women and children for sale.
During the police operation, more than ten pregnant women were rescued.

The police raided the illegal factory that was producing children for commercial purposes after being tipped off by citizens.

Police in Nigeria is said to have detained a 17-year-old boy for impregnating more than ten women.

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According to PUNCH, a Nigerian news agency, the Rivers State Police Command in Nigeria discovered and shut down the operation of a baby factory in the state’s Obio/Akpor and Ikwerre local government areas.

In connection with the illegal operation, four suspects have been arrested, and ten pregnant girls have been rescued.

According to police, the teen and 29-year-old Chigozie Ogbonna were recruited by a group that established a factory to produce children for commercial purposes.

“Peace Alikoi, the syndicate’s 40-year-old leader, would then look after the children and pay the mothers N500,000 (KES 138,406). Some infants were also sold. Favor Bright, 30, has also been arrested in connection with the operation “Punch broke the story.

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The police were alerted to the operation and acted quickly, raiding two houses in the Igwuruta and Omagwa communities where the victims were being held.

The victims were rescued and taken into custody for further investigation, the majority of whom were pregnant.

The police also discovered a Honda Pilot Jeep belonging to the syndicate’s leader. “All the victims admitted that they were lured into child trafficking because they needed to face some financial challenges,” Punch’s police coordinator, Iringe-Koko, said.

The case has been transferred to the State Criminal Investigation Department, and efforts are being made to track down and arrest the buyers of already sold children.

“We will not rest until all those responsible for this heinous act are brought to justice and held accountable,” Iringa-Koko added.

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