The Nigeria Police Force has arrested three suspects in possession of two new born babies at the Idi-Iroko border post in Ogun State.

The suspects are, Emmanuel Elesuwa, 44, Chioma David, 33 and Chief Lilian Achumba, 5, owner of Nma Charity Home in Aba.                                                                                        

According to the spokesman for the police in the state, Aremu Adeniran, said that investigation by the police had revealed that the suspects were notorious for the business of buying and selling of babies and children within and outside Nigeria.

He said that the suspects have admitted and confessed to the police investigation team.

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"They further confessed that the two new born babies found in their possession were bought by them at 350,000 Naira from Nma Charity Home in Aba.

"They also revealed that they were on their way to Benin Republic to sell the two new born babies to their cohorts and criminal business partners/syndicate for Seven Hundred 700,000 Naira each,” he said.

Police said they have arrested the operators of the Nma Charity Home. 

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