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Police Arrest Suspected Child Trafficker/Abductor, Rescue 6 Pregnant Girls

The Eagle-eyed operatives of the Rivers State Police Command, in furtherance of an investigation into a distress call from a local vigilante via the Counter Terrorism Unit (CTU) at Rumuoghalu that they had discovered a building close to Akas Estate at Rumuekini Community in Obio/ Akpor LGA , Rivers State, on May 27th 2023, arrested One Akudo Ozoroh ‘F’ age 39, the alleged owner of a Child Trafficking center where six (6) girls were rescued recently.

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Upon interrogation, Akudo Ozoroh confessed to the crime and gave useful information to the Police that the girls were lured by Akudo Ifeanyi who Promised to take care of them until their delivery while the babies were sold within the range of three hundred and four hundred thousand depending on the month of the pregnancy and they were given a token ranging from 150.000 to 200.000 depending on the sex of the baby.

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The suspect claimed that she had been in the business a long time and had succeeded in selling many children, which she couldn’t give a vivid account of. The prime suspect and one of the buyer, one Pastor Mary Ade ‘f’ are currently in police custody. Investigation is in top gear for the possible arrest of other suspects in connection to the crime.

Meanwhile, CP Nwonyi Polycarp Emeka has advised parents/guardians to be security conscious with regard to their children/wards and promptly report any suspicious activities or persons to the nearest police station or by calling the command’s emergency hotlines on 08032003514 and 08098880134.

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