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Friday, 18 July 2014

Photos: Over 20 pregnant women rescued from baby factory in Abia

Men of the Abia State Command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, NSCDC have rescued over 20 young pregnant women in a baby factory it discovered at Umunkpeyi in Isiala Ngwa South LGA, following a tip off.

Parading the rescued women and some of the workers in the baby factory, the state commandant of NSCDC, Andy Dateer, said the baby factory is named Nma Charity and Motherless Babies’ Home,  and that the owner who is now at-large, brings in men to impregnate the girls. He said after delivery, the babies are sold, and the mothers paid peanuts.

He said three children under the age of two, who were being prepared for sale, were rescued while four ‘social workers’ and four men were arrested in the raid. See more photos...



One of the pregnant women was reportedly very ill and in a critical condition. She was immediately rushed to the hospital for medical attention.

Mr Dateer said the NSCDC will monitor the repatriation of the girls back to their respective homes.


75 comments:

  1. Abia anytn cn happen. Pretex4luv@yahoo.com

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  2. Y would anyone want to put themselves in this kinda situation....people willingly giving away their freedom .

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    1. Linda I hv a baby that's less than 2years. How can a mother watch her baby, baby that's less than 2years being taken away and she feels less concern! Omg, I feel like crying, I feel so irritated. If I were to be NSCDC or police officer, I will punish the women more! De tin dey pain me gan!

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  3. That's igbo people for you micheww #bright bravo#

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  4. Abia again 2day.. poverty is a disease. . Tins pple do for money

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  5. thank God ooo...nkemdirimeverista111@gmail.com

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  6. Na wa oo, al dis girls no dey fear God, dem dey use their AKPIKO DEY DO BADT TIN..


    C.E.O

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  7. thankGod...patoswife@gmail.com

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  8. This isn't the first time the state will be in the news for a story like this...

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  9. Nawao! Which kind of country is this, always reading embarrassing news. And these wrinkled, pimple-faced old women doesn't understand the consequences of throwing their legs open to some retards without the preconceived awareness of HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted related diseases. Nawao.

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  10. Thank God the place was found. God help the women.

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  11. is this baby factory stuff ever gonn stop. im sure there are still many more out there. na wa o.










    Got a phone? If yes, then make money with it. click here

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  12. What is responsible for this kinds of phenomenon,when will our leaders and politicians learn to do the right things.
    Poverty,ignorance and lack of basic needs of life.
    Cooldavoe@yahoo.com

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  13. Rescued? Who carry them go there before? They look well fed for captives!

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  14. what i don't seems to understand is if the spare part business is no longer lucrative in igbo land? why is it that these ppl do not have human feelings? i believe noon of these girls are bellow 10 they should be a severe punishment to these girls especially. i don't think at their age they were tight to that factory or being forced to have sex; they enjoy both the sex and the money given to them. their parents too has be punish for subjecting their girls and women to take such business as a means of livelihood not minding the fact that the babies they are selling might be for ritual purpose. May God Have mercy on them. I pray God to continue to forgive our sins in this country.

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    1. Mr Collins please do yourself a favour and make brighter Grammar your companion.

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  15. Nawao what a pathetic sight.
    What have we reduced ourselves to coz of money?
    Its quite unfortunate the length we could go to make money.

    ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

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  16. I cry whenever i read this. Human lives are suppposed to be valued/cherished and not traded. Innocent babies/children for that matter. Lord please have mercy and touch the hearts of men.

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  17. I cry whenever i read this. Human lives are suppposed to be valued/cherished and not traded. Innocent babies/children for that matter. Lord please have mercy and touch the hearts of men.

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  18. Abia again????? Nah wah ooo

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  19. Na wha o, baby factory is now in every states. But why nah? Anyway, dis is God oooooooooO ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥♡thanks ⌣̊┈̥-̶̯͡»̶̥ 

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  20. This is surpring! Pls,may I know how this large number of ladies got there.Were they kidnapped?Perpetrators of this barbaric act must be purnished accordingly.And these ladies,see what you turnned your lives to.Can u aspire for greatness?

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    1. Proof read before you publish. How hard is this English language?

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  21. May God help us in dis country

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  22. Baby factory,human parts factory...all d wrong factories re found in nigeria...

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  23. Wonders shall never cease

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  24. nigeria were are u headig to

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  25. I knw fit shout!! Wht will all this pregnant women do nw???

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  26. Its quite unfortunate that people who run such business do not have respect dignity for women, moreover they do not respect the sanctity of life forgetting that they will face the consequences of what they do. God have mercy on them and touch thier heart to repent

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  27. What is it with this baby factory things? Is it the lack of job or poverty that is causing this one.

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  28. Ok na......


    XDON D DON

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  29. Wonders shall never seize. I no knw wen babies turn commodities. Plus where all these preg women come from sef?....Are they Nigerians?

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  30. Nawa fr all dis people ooo dnt they hv other work τ̅☺ do oga gan

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  31. Finally able to access the comment section. Feels gud to be back. #Dancing# Back to business, were the women charmed or something? Just wondering.

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  32. All Dese pple dnt listen shaaa...mny mre stil 2 b found..

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  33. Can u imagine? In guise of a motherless babies home? Na wa o. Smh.

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  34. WTF!!! Human traffickers, bad business resulting from poverty and illiteracy

    #ZUMA

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  35. God dey oooooooooooooooooooooooooo

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  36. Na trader all Igbo people be na,buying and selling everywhere

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  37. How can a grown up woman decide to be involved in this type of business. My god, dead hearts with no remorse over what happens to their babies after birth. May God have mercy on them.
    #PICCANTO#
    lausmithuj@gmail.com

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  38. Abia State again? Why is it that 75% of bad news comes from Isialangwa? Taking advantage of young innocent girls....... God will judge us all


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  39. All in the name of money,ndi igbo kwanu o o oo o o o
    #############GOD punish##################devil

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  40. Am speechless, I have read sometin like this for like 3 to 4 times, and in d same Aba ..ohh why are u people tanishing d image of my dear state#For my mind Abia follow #..dia is God oooo

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  41. Wil dia eva b a gud news frm diz country?jst tired of al ds sad news menh!

    ~@iamJbankz Olamide's PA~

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  42. There is poverty in the Land! That money they seek is not even enough for feeding. Pathetic.

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  43. How can it be termed "rescued" when obviously they are all in it for the money? I'm sure they didn't bargain for this now, cos raising those kids when they eventually give birth wont be easy except they are all moved to a care facility. Strange things are happening in this country sha...

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  44. Baby factory everywhere! What's this world turning to? And there is no report if they were forced to be there or not

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  45. How Come Baby factory is only associated nith one part of the country? LOL

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  46. that is abia for you ohhh

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    1. Can ngwa be taken out of abia state with all their problems?

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  47. It a crazy woRld' people do shit 4 MOney*** it Ain't Funny hw Bloody it comes,all their thought is Money over EveryTHING** HW Miserable their End wil be.*Eternal DaMnation*

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  48. This is not as a result of poverty, this is greed. If pple can hawk pure water on the road, these idiots have no excuse.

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  49. Them full for PH......Chike and Joyce tinz una dey read am so?

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  50. What A Country.(Linda's Man)

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  51. hmmm God hlp us

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  52. God have mercy o it can happen in my hometown.

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  53. And tomorrow somebody will come and marry them....myself staying single tillllllllllll Jesus comes if i did not find a virgin.

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  54. This is the new trend now, how could u possibly sell ur baby even for all the money in the world. Is this what poverty has reduce people to

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  55. Why will u call igbo people is it only in igbo land dt such thing happens.... Mind the way u talk........

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  56. They should look 4 those People that have bought or been buying/ Children from them and arrest them too.If their is no buyer/buyers it will stop.Olorigho buru kun ,Olotso.

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  57. Na wa oooo

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  58. Baby factory is common in every part of this country...You only read about those that caught

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  59. The Southwest is not an exemption in crime like baby factory. If your security are motivated to work, they expose the crime in your state.

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  60. Too much evil in the land!

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  61. Very sad! God is awesome is all I can say. This babies sef heeen! There are many women out there crying nd trying nd praying to hve babies but babies won't come! Even me am asking God for just one more it won't come to, meanwhile I have xtra better life for one more baby! Ve got one nd even four more I can still handle .'abi, born in the UK married to a Nigerian American, am a doctor nd husband too. The wrong Pple keep getting pregnant nd only to destroy or sell!

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  62. In nija my country anything can happen

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