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GRANDMA SELLS DAUGHTER'S BABY FOR N200K INJOS; RESELLER & FINAL BUYER ARRESTED

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GRANDMA SELLS DAUGHTER'S BABY FOR N200K INJOS; RESELLER & FINAL BUYER ARRESTED

Post by SKOOKID on Sat Aug 03, 2013 11:48 am



August 1st, 2013 - Grandma Sells Daughter's Baby
For N200K In Jos; Reseller& Final Buyer Arrested
An 8-month-old baby girl named Chiamaka Obinna,
who was allegedly sold by her grandmother for
N200,000 and taken from Jos to Onitsha, has been
found about one week later and re-united with her
mother.

It was gathered that the baby's grandmother
(names withheld), who lived at Rukuba Road by
Grafitti Hotel in Jos hadon July 19, this year, sent her
daughter, who is the mother of the baby on an
errand and sent away her other children apparently
to pave way for her to disposeof the baby.

Thereafter, some women came to her house and
she allegedly gave the baby to them. Unknown to
her, some of the neighbours saw her remove the
baby from her back and handed her over to the
strangers.

When the mother of the baby who gave her name
as Blessing Godspower, returned and asked of her
baby, her mother feigned ignorance of her
whereabouts, saying she must have been taken
away by her other children.

But when the grandmother's other children
returned and Chiamaka was not with them, Blessing
raised the alarm.

This attracted the neighbours, who informed that
they saw her mother handing over the baby to
some people. She denied the claim and the matter
was reported to the police.

However, during interrogation, the suspect allegedly
confessed selling the baby to one Eucharia, who
had in turn, taken the baby to Awka in Anambra
State and sold it to one Rita for N330,000.

Rita in turn, sold the baby to one Grace for N500,000.
The grandmother was said to have told her
interrogators that she was yet to receive her share of
the illicit deal before the bubble burst.

The state police commissioner in Plateau State, Mr
Chris Olakpe said the baby was recovered at Awka
on July 24, 2013 through the intelligence of
detectives of the command.

He said that upon interrogation, the suspect stated
that she sold the baby because her daughter was
not taking proper care of her and that she did it with
her consent.

but the baby's mother denied knowledge of the
intention to sell her baby, saying as a mother, there
was no way she would put up her baby for sale.

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