Anambra Police Command have arrested two suspects in connection with illegal baby factory that was recently uncovered in the state.
Ikegwuonu, one of the suspect confessed to the police that they operates the factory by getting young girls and brining in men to impregnate them.
According to the police public relations officer, Haruna Mohammed who confirmed the arrest, he disclosed that when they raided the building, found 4 pregnant girls awaiting delivery.
The factory which is named Cool Joint Bar is used as a bar business to cover up their illegal activities.
The four pregnant girls rescued from the illness baby factory have been identified as follows.
Chisom Okoye, 20 years, of Mgbaneze Isu, Onicha Local Government Area of Ebonyi State.
The Second victim is identified as Blessing Njoku who is just 21 years old. She hails from Mgbaneze Isu of Onicha LGA, Ebonyi State.
Chinecherem Clement, 18 years, of Agbaebo Isu of Onicha LGA, Ebonyi State.
Blessing Ogbonna, ‘ 21 years, of Nkwagu Isu of Onicha LGA, Ebonyi State.
The police have also given assurance that the principal suspect will be arrested in no distance time, and she must face the full wrath of the law.
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