Imo Police Smash Baby Factory, Nab impregnator, Rescue 17 Pregnant Teenagers

Okay dudes its getting hot in here! Y’all have heard of the terminator right? I bet you have also heard of the governator. Well in Nigeria we have…wait for it….the impregnator! Yep and it aint Arnold either! So far he is known simply as Oyibo. Yep the police have raided yet another baby making factory, this time in Imo state. I had heard these stories before but could not just believe they were true, well now I know better. And it goes without saying that that the hapless innocents are sold of for God-knows-what-reasons. God have nercy on us all. Read on please.

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Culled from Vanguard

Imo State Police Command recorded another success in its renewed fight against crime and criminals, following the bursting of child trafficking and baby factory syndicate in the state.

Disclosing this to newsmen Thursday evening, at the State Police Headquarters, Owerri, the Commissioner of Police, Mr. Mohammed Katsina, said the Command has clamped down on illegal motherless babies homes, as well as rescued 17 pregnant teenagers. (Some of the pregnant teens pictured above)

According to the Imo police boss, one of the illegal homes, Ahamefula Motherless Babies Home, located in Umuaka, Njaba local council area, is allegedly owned by a middle aged woman simply identified as “Madam One Thousand”.

Mr. Katsina equally disclosed that during the police raid, no fewer than 11 minors, who were possibly waiting to be sold to prospective buyers, were rescued by the Command.

The bizarre aspect of the police finding was that a 23-year old boy, simply identified as Oyibo, was fingered as being responsible for impregnating the expectant girls, whose ages ranged between 14 and 17.

Apart from being in varying stages of pregnancy, the girls who equally looked malnourished and not properly catered for wept uncontrollably as they were paraded by the police in Owerri.

On how the Command burst the syndicate, the Commissioner explained that the illegal babies home was successfully raided by the “Ambush Squad” after a credible tip-off.

“The prime suspect is now at large. She was was producing pure water sachets as a decoy to deceive unsuspecting members of the public about what was really going on in the premises”, the Commissioner of Police recounted.

Continuing, Mr. Katsina said: “When the police invaded the tightly secured compound, 17 minors were seen holed up in different rooms in the large compound with some of their children playing around”.

The Imo police boss equally paraded the 55-year old security man, Mr. Uzoamaka Okoli, from Nempi, Oru West local government area of the state, employed by the fleeing owner of the babies home.
The 23-year old Oyibo, who was equally paraded by the Commissioner, has allegedly confessed to being responsible for all the pregnancies.

Culled from Linda Ikeji’s blog

 

2 thoughts on “Imo Police Smash Baby Factory, Nab impregnator, Rescue 17 Pregnant Teenagers

  1. This “success” story and the attendant photo op will be the end of this story! We will not see the follow up, because the woman at large will settle all the settle-ables. That is the Nigerian way, unfortunately. This baby factories in the Eastern (and I am sure they are available in other parts of Nigeria, but the police are yet to “burst” them) part of the country is another shameful badge we Nigerians wear with “pride.” Imagine the shame of the couple that were caught recently by the British embassy and accused of trying to smuggle twins to Britain! Maybe they are victims. Maybe they are not. But this story underscores the extent to which this problem is tarnishing our image. Maybe we don’t have any image left. Why do these shameful sores continue to fester in Nigeria? It is because we worship money, literally. I can only pity the poor Nigerian women who are “forced” to buy the children sired by this “impregnator” because their mother in-laws (and of course their parents) believe that having children is the sole purpose of marriage.

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