The Rivers State Police Command said on Wednesday, that at least 25 children and six pregnant women have been rescued from a baby factory in Port Harcourt.
The command spokesman, Nnamdi Omoni, who disclosed this in a statement, said the development followed the offensive launched by the command’s E-Crack Team against the baby trafficking syndicate operating at Oyigbo and Trans Amadi in Port Harcourt metropolis on Tuesday.
Omoni said: “Following intelligence reports, our men discovered a baby factory and rescued 25 children and six pregnant women with some other suspects believed to be owners of the place. They are presently at Mile 1 Police Station”.
He said police had commenced moves to track down the other fleeing members of the gang.
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