Men of the Oyo State Police Order have apprehended one ‘Monday Chukwuka’ who sold his one-day-old fabulous little girl to a child factory in Abia for N700,000.

Five accomplices of the granddad were also arrested at the child factory.

Commissioner of Police in Oyo state, Mr Adebola Hamzat, affirmed on Saturday that the grand-dad took the child baby girl from her teen mother, Sarah Chukwuka on July 10.

The suspect was subsequently arrested at his refuge in Ibafo, Ogun.

“The suspect who identified himself as the biological father of the teenage mother of the day-old baby girl confessed to the crime.

“He explained how he took the baby from the mother pretending that he would hand over the baby over to a caregiver.

“The suspect also explained how he moved the baby to Abia where he sold her to the owner of the baby factory at Obehi in Okwa West Local Government Area of the state for N700, 000.

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“A raid on the baby factory led to the arrest of a female suspect identified as Bunmi and four other accomplices,’’ Hamzat stated.

The CP likewise uncovered that a heap of new birth certificates and some hardware utilized in labor rooms were similarly recuperated from the chil factory.

Suspects paraded by police1 Grandpa confesses to selling daughter’s baby for N700,000

He noticed that the five extra suspects couldn’t give any palatable clarification about the parentage of the children recuperated from the factory.

Hamzat additionally marched six different suspects captured for burglary, grabbing and cultism and vehicle robbery.

He said the suspects denied a survivor of costly cell phones, PCs, and a few other important things worth millions of Naira in Ibadan with machetes, pocketknives and other risky weapons.

Hamzat added that the suspects likewise admitted to series of past crimes they had completed at various areas in Oyo.