7:41 am - Saturday October 25, 2014

BABY FACTORIES IN NIGERIA! 16 Underage Pregnant Girls Rescued…As James, Quake Medical Doctor faces trial for Alleged Gun Running, Floating Illegal Orphanage Home *Fake Doctor Gives Pregnant Ladies N100, 000 per baby *Desperate Couples pay Dr. James N500, 000 each for baby-INVESTIGATION *POLICE: “We’re clamping down on all illegal baby factories. We recovered automatic eight loader pump action gun which is a prohibited firearm”

BABY FACTORIES IN NIGERIA!

 16 Underage Pregnant Girls RescuedAs James, Quake Medical Doctor faces trial for Alleged Gun Running, Floating Illegal Orphanage Home

 *Fake Doctor Gives Pregnant Ladies N100, 000 per baby

*Desperate Couples pay Dr. James N500, 000 each for baby-INVESTIGATION

*POLICE: “We’re clamping down on all illegal baby factories. We recovered automatic eight loader pump action gun which is a prohibited firearm

 BY TIMOTHY CHINUMA/CRIME REPORTER, SOUTH-SOUTH NIGERIA

 baby-factory picsTHE girls are ages between 14-19 years old. They are mostly unlearned or rusticated from high schools in South-South Nigeria after their various school authorities discovered that they are already pregnant.

 Illegal baby factories

After receiving lots of complaints, police high hierarchy in Imo State Command dispatched well trained under-cover detectives to various hideouts where these notorious activities were taking place. Busted was ‘Women and Children Rights Protection Initiative (EWCRPI)’, a platform that shields the unwholesome activities of a fake medical doctor, James Ezuma in the guise of a Non-Governmental Organization from security operatives.

During the clampdown on ‘baby factories’ and to their consternation, 16 pregnant teenagers between the ages of 14 to 19 years were seen in the illegal orphanage operated by the fake medical doctor, James Ezuma.

 

Fake Doctor collects N5000, 000 each to purchase baby from desperate couples

 

Ezuma currently standing trial for alleged gun running has been in the activities for long and allegedly collects the sum of N500, 000 from desperate couples who are desirous in paying handsomely for these toddlers by way of illegal ‘adoption’.

 

Police Position

 

Muhammad Musa Katsina, the State Commissioner of Police, reportedly said that “the NGO is a baby factory where teenage girls are encouraged to get pregnant and paid N100, 000.00 on delivery to abandon their babies who are eventually used for purposes ranging from child trafficking to rituals”.

 

His words: “So far he has taken us to Abia state where he said the baby is but we were unable to recover the baby, though investigations are still ongoing, the presumption at the moment is that the baby may have been used for ritual purposes. When a search was conducted on the premises, sixteen pregnant girls between the ages of fourteen and nineteen were found. Also recovered was an automatic eight loader pump action gun which is a prohibited firearm”.

 

Surrogate Under-age Mother Confesses

 

A 19- year- old mother of the missing child from Ebonyi State said she was directed to come to the home by a lady who promised she will be taken care of. She said that her baby was taken away two hours after she put to bed without her consent, “when I started disturbing him to give me my baby, he gave me one hundred thousand naira instead”.

 

Rescued Expectant Under-Age Mothers

The names of the rescued expectant mothers were given as Peace Effiong (24 yrs. Rivers state), Rita Nnanna (25yrs. Anambra), Blessing Ubbah (20yrs. Lagos), Joy Brown (19 yrs. Imo),Precious Anyadike (18yrs. Lagos), Kelechi Wenwu (17yrs. Imo), Chidinma Okoro (19yrs. Enugu), Iheekanma Onwubiko (21yrs. Imo), Chinyere Ibenime (20yrs. Imo), Nkiru Alozie (16yrs. Abia), Nnachi Chinaza (19yrs. Ebonyi).

Others were Victoria Peter Udoh (16yrs. Akwa Ibom), Ngozi Ike (20yrs. Rivers), Chika Eze (18 yrs. Abia), Jecila Nwonke (19yrs. Abia) and Chinaza Samsom (14yrs. Abia).

Also recovered in the vast premises of the purported NGO were ten exotic cars which include a green Jaguar Car with registration number PD787 IKJ, a red Lincon Navigator with registration number, DN 494 ABC, ash Jaguar Car with registration number BT 929 GWA, white Chrysler with reg. no RBC 335 AS, Red Chrysler with reg. no BH 168 GWA, white Chrysler with reg. no JZ 608 ABC, black Lincon Car with reg. no EU 917 LND, ash Honda Jeep with reg. no EZ 388 ABJ and two other unregistered cars, ash Nissan Quest and Nissan Pathfinder Jeep.

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