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Wednesday, 28 June 2017

SHOCKING!!! Kidnappers Abduct Pregnant Woman, Induce Labor, then sells baby for N350,000




Three suspected kidnap­pers have narrated how they drugged a pregnant woman to prematurely give birth to a baby which they sold for N350,000.

The suspects, who were pa­raded on Tuesday by the Imo State Police Commissioner, Mr Chris Ezike, for allegedly kid­napping the victim and drug­ging her to give birth admit­ted that they sold the child for N350,000.


They were identified as Chinedu Onyeakosi, (30), Chi­di Donathus (29) and Chinaza Onyeakosi, a female aged 22 years.

The trio told journalists that they abducted the pregnant lady, Mrs Obumneke Onyem­edum, aged 23
years.

According to them, after Obumneke was abducted at Amucha in Njaba Local Gov­ernment Area of Imo State, she was drugged and delivered of her child, which they sold for N350,000.

The Command also parad­ed 36 persons for offences rang­ing from armed robbery, cult­ism, and kidnapping.

A lady, Comfort Okon and three other gang members were accused by the police of rob­bing 7-UP Bottling Compa­ny in Amaifeke, Orlu of over N500, 000 while 35-year-old Anayo Iwuchukwu was arrest­ed with 1,000 pieces of fake N1,000 which he attempted to sell for N50,000.

Seven other persons were also paraded for the abduc­tion of a Catholic Priest, Rev Fr Charles Nwachukwu, on June 16, 2017.

The suspects allegedly kid­napped Mrs Obiageri Ekukema of Avu in Owerri West Local Government Area; Mr Femi Ajibola of Avu, Uzoka Iken­na, Ahanonu Chikadibia and Chibuike Nwauzor at Orji.

On their part, Max­well Oluka, Chima Ndeobi, Prisca Nwokoro, and King­sley Ebubedike, were parad­ed for intercepting a bus be­longing to Father’s Bakery and robbed the occupants of their telephone handsets, hijacked the vehicle and fled.

A total of 36 persons in­cluding students of the Fed­eral University of Technology, Owerri (FUTO) and the Fed­eral Polytechnic, Nekede, both in Imo State for armed robbery and cult-related activities.

Seven vehicles recovered were displayed while a stash of ammunition, AK 47 rifles, lo­cally made pistols and charms were also recovered and dis­played.

Ezike (Police Commission­er) warned that from Monday, July 3 2017, it will be an offence to drive vehicles with covered number plates, revolving lights without authorisation, and tint­ed glass in the state.

He said that criminals now use such vehicles to perpetrate crime.

Ezike also charged tradi­tional rulers, Presidents-Gen­eral of town unions and their secretaries, community lead­ers to look into their domains as investigations had shown that kidnap victims are kept in family houses where members carry on as though everything is normal.




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