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NDLEA Heroically Rescues 5 Pregnant Teens from Imo’s Shocking Baby Factory Operation

The National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) in Imo State has freed five pregnant teenage girls from a Naze facility that was allegedly being used as a baby factory.

The pregnant girls were saved by the patrol team of the NDLEA along the Aba/Owerri route when they were being transported from their location in Naze to Ikenegbu, also in Owerri, according to a statement made by the anti-narcotics agency’s spokesperson, Mr. Femi Babafemi, on Sunday.

The girls claimed in their statement that they were unable to pinpoint the individuals who caused their pregnancies.

Chioma Emmanuel, 15, Uma Faith, 15, Divine Adimonye, 17, Opara Gift, 15, and Amarachi Mbata, 16, were among the victims.

Babafemi said: “The Imo State Command of the agency has since been directed to hand them over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons for further investigation.”

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