Women Who Buy And Sell
Babies Nabbed In Port
Harcourt While Negotiating
Sale Of 2-Week-Old Baby
Five ladies were grabbed in Port Harcourt while arranging the
offer of a fourteen day old infant.
Mrs Roseline Nwokocha from Umuahia was captured with her
sister, Chioma, at Rumuokuta intersection in Port Harcourt, Rivers
State. Chioma had went with her to Rivers State to see the child,
Roseline told police.
It isn’t her first time, she uncovered. She said the last opportunity
she came to Port Harcourt to purchase an infant, her sister
Chioma went with her since she was wiped out.
The past youngster she purchased cost her N1.1 million, she
uncovered during cross examination. The kid she was captured
attempting to purchase was to be sold at N1 million and she said
she intended to give the kid to the purchasers at N1.1 million
She was caught with the N1.1 million Naira in real money, and
expressed that it was the purchasers who gave her the cash as she
left Umuahia for Port Harcourt.
When asked who she intended to pay the cash to, she pointed at
another lady in the gathering named Chi. Chi was asked who she
intended to get the infant from and she highlighted another lady
named Aunty Ify. She said Aunty Ify moved toward her that she
had an infant available to be purchased at 950,000 Naira in this
way, she beat her benefit of 50,000 Naira and offered to Mrs
Nwokocha at 1 million Naira. She said once Mrs Nwokocha’s cash
is given to her, she will hand Aunty Ify’s offer to her and Ify will at
that point bring the infant.
Aunt Ify was asked where she got the child she needed to sell
from and she said she has no clue. She said somebody called her
that they had a child to sell so she set the wheels moving.
Mrs Roseline Nwokocha was asked what befell the infant she
purchased fourteen days back and she said the child is in Aba
with a couple. She was requested the couple’s name however she
was unable to give an answer. She was additionally asked what
she intended to do with the infant she came to purchase before
she was grabbed and she said a couple from Umuahia were to
embrace the youngster. She likewise said she was unable to recall
the Umuahia couple’s name.
A fifth lady in the gathering was recognized as the mother of the
past child Mrs Nwokocha purchased.