Nigerian Imo Police Raid 'Baby Factory'


Imo State police have raided a home allegedly being used to force teenage girls to have babies that were then offered for sale for trafficking.
Photo: Vanguard

Some of the pregnant teens.

  • Nigeria:  Babies for Sale?

    Daily Trust, 26 April 2013

    Recently, the problem of 'baby factory' resurfaced again with the discovery of yet another one in Abia state, where the owner buys a baby boy for N100,000 while a baby girl is ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Inside Abia Baby Factory

    Daily Trust, 6 April 2013

    At a baby factory in Abia State, the owner buys a baby boy for N100, 000 and a baby girl for N80, 000, which she sells to interested buyers at N450, 000 and N400, 000 respectively read more »

  • Nigeria:  32 Pregnant Teenagers Rescued From Baby Factory

    Leadership, 4 April 2013

    Not less than 32 pregnant teenagers have been rescued from a maternity home at Umuzuo, Osisioma local government area of Abia State. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Police in Abia Arrest 7 Child-Trafficking Suspects

    Leadership, 8 April 2013

    The police in Abia arrested no fewer than seven child-trafficking suspects in the last one month, the Commissioner of Police, Mr Usman Tilli, said in Umuahia on Monday. read more »

  • Nigeria:  Police in Abia Arrest 7 Child-Trafficking Suspects

    Vanguard, 8 April 2013

    The police in Abia arrested no fewer than seven child-trafficking suspects in the last one month, the Commissioner of Police, Mr Usman Tilli, said in Umuahia on Monday. read more »