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Wednesday, July 14, 2021

Police Rescue Two Pregnant Ladies From Baby Factory In Lagos

... More Suspects Arrested In Respect Of Usifo Ataga's Murder 



By Godwin Akomah, Lagos

The Lagos State Police Command has rescued two pregnant ladies from a baby factory at No. 2, 
Lawson Road, Isolo, Lagos.

The proprietress of the factory, Augustina Onyenwe Ngozi, is said to keep pregnant young girls at the facility until they put to bed and the babies are sold afterwards to couples looking for children.

Nemesis caught up with the 60 - year - old woman when detectives from the Isolo Police division stormed the facility on July 1 following a tip off and arrested her.

Her victims - ladies of ages 32 and 20 respectively, were rescued and kept in protective custody while the suspect will be charged to court.

The Commissioner of Police in Lagos, Hakeem Odumosu, disclosed while addressing journalists at the Command Headquarters, Ikeja on Wednesday, where he also paraded 
a total number of 1,320 miscreants
and hoodlums who were raided at various locations across the state, including many dangerous weapons, suspected hard drugs and weeds suspected to be Indian hemp recovered from them.

Odumosu also used the forum to give update on the 21 - year - old Miss Chidimma Adaora Ojukwu, a - 300 - level Mass Communication student of the University of Lagos, who is linked with the alleged murder of STV CEO, Michael Usifo Ataga, in Lagos.

The Police Commissioner said more suspects have been arrested in connection with the murder, assuring that neither Chidimma nor any person would be shielded from justice or investigation in respect of the case.

According to him, a conspiracy has been established regarding the crime against late Usifo Ataga.

However, more sixty six (66) robbery suspects, seventy two (72) suspected cultists and forty seven (47) murder suspects were arrested by the Command in the last 10 weeks. 

Also, 110 arms, 125 ammunition of various calibres, eight (8) stolen 
vehicles were recovered within the same period.

 The Command foiled 46 cases of 
armed robbery in the state. 


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