It said the Command is intensifying efforts to arrest the principal suspect, Gladys Nworie Ikegwuonu, , of Ohaozora, Ebonyi State, in order to bring her and other accomplices to Justice.
The Police have uncovered a baby factory at Nnewi and rescued four pregnant young girls awaiting delivery.
According to a statement signed by the State Police Public Relations Officer CSP Haruna Mohammed the baby factory was operated by One Gladys Nworie Ikegwuonu, presently at large, who also runs a brothel where she keeps young girls and gets them impregnated after which she sells the children to her waiting customers.
The statement said that Mrs Ikegwuonu was also behind the recent attempted kidnapp of a four year old child of St Joseph’s School, Otolo Nnewi, who was returning home from School in company of his siblings when two men on a motorcycle grabbed the child and zoomed off with him but was rescued by some commercial motorcyclists who pursued and eventually arrested the suspects at Akamili Community, Nnewi.
It explained that preliminary investigations conducted by the Police revealed that the suspects who were beaten to stupor by an angry mob and one of whom was confirmed dead were sent by the suspect.
confirmed dead were sent by the suspect.
It identified the two suspects arrested as Abuchi Ani aged 32 years, of Ohazora, Ebonyi State, and Emeka Ikegwuonu 49 years, of Akabukwu, Nnewi, Anambra State while the four pregnant young girls rescued include Chisom Okoye, ‘, 20 years, of Mgbaneze Isu, 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 and Blessing Njoku, 21 years, of Mgbaneze Isu of Onicha LGA, Ebonyi State, who were all residing at Cool Joint Bar, Nnewi.