Acting IGP Orders Crackdown On Baby Factories Nationwide

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IGP-Suleiman-AbbaThe Acting Inspector General of Police (IGP), Suleiman Abba, has ordered a crackdown on illegal baby factories across the country.

The Force Public Relations Officer, DCP Emmanuel Ojukwu, in a statement yesterday, said the order was aimed at checking the illicit booming trade in babies.

Ojukwu said the IGP had directed all Assistant Inspectors-General of Police in charge of zonal commands, commissioners of police and other police field commanders to put measures in place to end the trend.

“While reiterating that all the motherless babies’ homes and centres in their respective domains should be properly monitored so as to nip in the bud the trafficking of babies within and outside the country, the IGP directed that all police personnel be thoroughly lectured on this subject”, he said.

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