On the parade of the operators of Tender Life Rescue Initiative. the Police has refused to release or arraign her in court however The Woman’s Lawyer and family has headed to Federal High Court suing the Police for 200Million
Recall that Last week police paraded a woman Chinelo Odiakosa-Mmakwe who was allegedly accused of running a baby factory and trafficking syndicate with about 25 babies between the ages of 1 and 2 years old, pregnant teenage girls and some men who allegedly works with the syndicate and help to impregnate the girls PIX. one of the Teenage girl from TLRI who went into labour last week and put to bed a baby girl
After the parade careful investigation shows that the woman has a registered NGO with the vision to save life from Embryo stage, rescue young girls from abortion and provide succor for them to deliver their babies safely. etc These they achieve by empowering young girls who go through shameful abortions to stop and provide safe home for the teenage girls to go through motherhood away from their abusers and those who have slept with them but abandon them to their fate, and also take women who beg with children away from the street by providing temporary accommodation for the youth.
Our investigation also reveals that the Tender Life Rescue initiative are well known to the ministry of social welfare and operates with a probationary one-year approval which is due to expire in June2020, and their activities is also registered with NAPTIP and confirmed by Mrs Gloria Chindah South south coordinator of NAPTIPsince after the parade, the Police has refused to release or arraign her in court:
we gathered that the Police is confused and knows it has committed yet another blunder by not investigating properly before parading a suspect. And a call to Social Welfare who initial denied having Knowledge of The NGO to tell the public if the Director that signed the recommendation letter for the organization is not their staff has also left the ministry scampering for answers.
We also gathered from the family that the Commissioner of Police CP Dandaura Mustapha was given all the documents of Tender Life Rescue Initiative and was rattled to see that the organization has all relevant documents which was handed to the criminal investigation department of the police to investigate and prosecute, but two weeks after the police is yet to arraign her in court. The woman’s lawyer, a former OC legal Rivers State Police Command who is now retired and into private practice led a delegation to the Commissioner of Police last week.
The documents were also given to Commissioner of Social Welfare, Inimie Aguma, whom we gathered was also rattled but asked to be given small time to study the documents.
Meanwhile what is holding the police from charging the woman to court? And allow the process of court that will take a little time reveal the truth begins?
Eastwestreporter was reliably informed by The state coordinator for Civil Societies For HIV/AIDS In Nigeria And Other Health Initiatives (CISHAN) Denis OTOBO that they have instituted a legal action against the police for fundamental rights of Tender life Rescue Initiative in the Federal High Court