It had been a shocking view to behold while policemen in Borno found out a baby factory in the state. The infant factory housed young women with undesirable pregnancies who after delivery sell their infants to the best bidder.
Making the announcement in a press briefing in Maiduguri, the continuing state Commissioner for Justice, Kaka Shehu, mentioned that the infant factory was uncovered in the favorite Galadima brothel in Maiduguri metropolis, carrying out a tip-off by users of the civilian JTF.
“On Sept. 12, 2016, we got an cleverness statement by our civilian JTF in Gwange region and we mandated them to arrest a female who shipped a baby boy but came back home without the infant. A raid was carried out on the suspected hide-out, with two infants rescued”.
“Likewise, four ladies, some individuals suspectected to be sponsors, were apprehended for conspiring to perpetrate the notorious crime” alledgedly, the commissioner said.
He explained that the suspects were at first held at Gwange police outpost, but because of the character of the case, were later used in the Criminal Investigation Depertment, CID.
He blamed the criminal offense on the failing of some parents to monitor the motion of their daughters following the come back of relative peace in Maiduguri.
“Following the restoration of relative peace in state capital and its own environs, a number of social vices, such as for example drug abuse, prostitution and lawlessness, which hitherto vanished following an insecurity, started re-emerging because of poor parental care”, the commissioner added.