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17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Abagworo(m): 8:39pm On Jun 19, 2013
SIXTEEN pregnant girls have been rescued from a ‘Baby Factory’ in Aba, the commercial city of Abia state by the Abia state Command of Directorate of State Service,DSS.

Aba and its environs have of recent become notorious for illegal charity homes where babies are delivered and sold to buyers who are always available to patronize the business.

According to the state Director of DSS, Mr. Matthew Obodoechi, who paraded the young girls yesterday at the Command’s state Headquarters, Umuahia, the girls whose ages range between 17 and 37 years, were rescued on Monday from a ‘charity home’.

Obodoechi said that they were rescued from a charity home, named Cross Foundation International, located along Anyamele Street in Umungasi area of Aba.

He gave the name of the proprietor of the baby factory home as Dr. Hyginus Ndudim Orikara, who also has been arrested.

The DSS Director has also vowed that the medical practitioner, Orikara, would be prosecuted.

The Medical Doctor is said to be an employee of Abia state Government, that has been actively involved in the fight against this menace in the state.

Obodoechi expressed great concern, affirming that the issue of baby factory has emerged as a new trend of crime in Abia state and other parts of the South East.

His words: “It is another kind of kidnapping where babies are snatched at point of birth and sold. It is a big shame, a big problem and it all boils down to the kind of values we have in the society today, life is not valued”, Obodoechi lamented.



However, the proprietor of the home, Dr. Orikara denied running a baby factory. He claimed that his Cross Foundation was legitimately registered as a charity home.

According to him, babies were not sold in home after delivery, but were usually released to their mothers to go home and nurse them.

He defended the large number of pregnant girls at the charity home, saying that it was because “we are running operation nurse your own baby”.

Dr. Orikara also claimed that girls with unwanted pregnancy brought to the home were usually encouraged and assisted to cope with their pregnancies, deliver them and nurse the babies.

However, Obodoechi dismissed Dr. Orikara’s claim saying that confessional statements made by the pregnant ladies have revealed that the doctor was indeed operating a full-time baby factory business.

He disclosed that the ladies “upon delivery are given a paltry sum of N50, 000 and sent away, while their babies are sold to people from different parts of the country”.

The DSS Director regretted that some people have chosen to hide under the cover of non-governmental organizations,NGOs “to perpetrate various forms of illegal activities, including baby factories”.

According to him, “those hiding under the cover of NGOs to perpetrate modern form of slave trade are warned to abstain from such illegalities as security agencies will stop at nothing but to ensure that they are apprehended and made to face the law”.

Obodoechi advised the public “to desist from encouraging pregnant ladies to go to ‘baby factories’ for whatever reason, whether financial or otherwise”.


http://dailypost.com.ng/2013/06/19/dss-rescues-17-pregnant-girls-in-aba-photo/
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Abagworo(m): 8:40pm On Jun 19, 2013
Picture

Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by kentus123: 8:50pm On Jun 19, 2013
eya,what a shame
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by rooftech: 8:55pm On Jun 19, 2013
why are nigerians behaving like this

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by 234GT: 9:13pm On Jun 19, 2013
Poverty, QED!
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Expensive72(m): 9:18pm On Jun 19, 2013
I don't pity those girls or whoever put them they, there are reaping what the sow, if the have abstain from sex such faith wouldn't have befall them.
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Harkanbi(m): 10:28pm On Jun 19, 2013
Na whr we dey go for this world sef?
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Penssuwa(m): 10:30pm On Jun 19, 2013
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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by everyday: 10:31pm On Jun 19, 2013
OMG

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by eazzzy1(m): 10:32pm On Jun 19, 2013
lol......i'll explain why i laugh when the time is right..space booked
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Iko5000: 10:32pm On Jun 19, 2013
Expensive72: I don't pity those girls or whoever put them they, there are reaping what the sow, if the have abstain from sex such faith wouldn't have befall them.

Do you know if they where molest ?

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Easy1401: 10:33pm On Jun 19, 2013
Its poverty that caused it. poverty in the midst of plenty!!!
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by lafuria1(m): 10:35pm On Jun 19, 2013
Expensive72: I don't pity those girls or whoever put them they, there are reaping what the sow, if the have abstain from sex such faith wouldn't have befall them.
Me and you have no clue why or how they got pregnant, factors like being naive, unable to say no to any sexual advances, seeking monetary favor(poverty) , even molest as well. What they need know is help and guidance and not some sort of preaching. They should be able to learn from experience. I do really pity them. The persons responsible for their pregnancy has moved on after promising them heaven and earth.

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by KA24DETT(m): 10:36pm On Jun 19, 2013
Expensive72: I don't pity those girls or whoever put them they, there are reaping what the sow, if the have abstain from sex such faith wouldn't have befall them.

Why would you say something like that. No one deserves what has befallen those girls

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by ProfCorruption: 10:36pm On Jun 19, 2013
In a word,shameful!
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by fishkaveli(m): 10:36pm On Jun 19, 2013
God please come to our Aid in dis country, tins are seriously happening....

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by otokx(m): 10:42pm On Jun 19, 2013
Thread is being derailed.
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Ifeyinwa88: 10:42pm On Jun 19, 2013
Government should handle cases lik this instead of private individual. The same the goes to motherless babies home. Enough of this nonsense
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Nobody: 10:44pm On Jun 19, 2013
NGO! Those quantum machine doctors wey full nija now.
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Christmasdon(m): 10:44pm On Jun 19, 2013
Baby factory again.!!!
O dighi ihe m na-agaghi anu. O dikwa egwu.
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Nobody: 10:45pm On Jun 19, 2013
lwkm! Baby factory: where they manufacture baby for commercial purposes grin
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Nightshift(m): 10:45pm On Jun 19, 2013
Omo 9ja journalist, a 37 year old woman aren't a girl. Abi you drink Ogogoro?
Sad story though.

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Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Opey4luv(m): 10:46pm On Jun 19, 2013
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by miqos02(m): 10:46pm On Jun 19, 2013
chineke
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by Imanuelle(m): 10:47pm On Jun 19, 2013
Nigeria's crime capital ...
Re: 17 Pregnant Girls Rescued In Aba [PHOTO] by baby124: 10:48pm On Jun 19, 2013
Nigeria is a very surprising country. When you think you have seen it all. They show you a new low. 17girls! This population explosion is not good at all. The perpetrators should be caught and accused of attempted murder. because if the population keeps exploding like this, we will have a problem in a few years. People will be dying of hunger. This is ridiculous.

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