Ogun State Baby Factory: Police rescues 10 Pregnant girls, several Kids


The Ogun state police command has reportedly rescued 10 pregnant girls and some kids from a baby factory at Ofada, Mowe, Obafemi-Owode LGA.

Ogun police spokesperson, Abimbola Oyeyemi disclosed that the young expectant mothers aged 18 to 24 years, were transported from Imo, Abia, and Ebonyi states with a promise of securing employment for them but later lured into the illicit trade.

The raid was conducted at the baby factory owned by the woman who is under court bail after one of the victims resisted the plan to put her baby for sale, escaped, and reported the illicit trade to the police.

It was gathered that the operator of the factory, Mrs. Florence Ogbonna reportedly fled during the raid on Tuesday, December 1, her daughter and a physically challenged man were arrested.

The physically challenged man is allegedly responsible for impregnating the young girls and after delivery, their babies were sold by Mrs. Ogbonna who was arrested for similar offense and is standing trial for human trafficking.

The lady identified as Chidera Onuoha revealed that she reported to the police after the fleeing woman wanted to sell her baby. On how much the babies cost, she said;

“If the baby is a boy, they sell it for N250,000. If it’s a girl, it is N200,000.”