Five arrested in Akwa Ibom baby factory

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•Seven expectant mothers held
• Two held for ‘certificate forgery’
The police in Akwa Ibom State have arrested five
people for
their alleged involvement in a baby factory. Seven
expectant
mothers are being held.
Commissioner of Police Umar Gwadabe said the
baby factory
was located at 19, Nepa Line, Ikot Ekpene.
He said: “The discovery came following a tip-off
that two
women, Ima Akpan (35) and Mma Nurse, now at
large, were
operating a baby factory where seven expectant
mothers were
camped.
“The expectant mothers were arrested, and on
interrogation,
two of them– Ikwo Ofuo and Joy John– confessed
that they
were enticed to the business because of money.
“On delivery, a male child will be sold for
N400,000. A
female child costs N350,000.”
One of the teenage expectant mothers said she
was
impregnated by an unknown man.
She said: “I don’t know who impregnated me. I was
impregnated while hawking to assist my mother.”
The police commissioner said two suspects who
allegedly
specialise in forging academic certificates were
arrested.
Gwadabe said Ubong Udoh and Thompson Edet
were arrested
by detectives from Ikot Ekpene with degrees,
Higher National
Diploma (HND) certificates and National Youth
Service
Corps (NYSC) exemption certificates.
The police boss said the certificates recovered from
the
suspects bear different names.
He listed them as a degree certificate of Imo State
University;
five HND certificates of Akwa Ibom Polytechnic,
Ikot; an
NYSC exemption certificate, two official transcripts
from
Akwa Ibom State Polytechnic and two from Calabar
Polytechnic.
Udoh said his late father sold forged certificates,
and he
continued after his death.
He said: “I was working in one of the construction
companies. My late father has been doing this
business. I
continued with the business after his death. He
died last
October.”

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