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Woman Kidnaps Sister’s 3 Children And Sell Them For N600, 000 (PICTURED)

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Police officials from the Abuja Police Command, have arrested a young woman identified as Faith Nuhu, for kidnapping three of her elder sister’s children from their home in Kafanchan, Kaduna State.

It was learnt that Nuhu reportedly kidnapped the children whose names were given as Grace Musa Idris, 13, Philip Musa Idris, 3, and Paul Musa Idris, 1, on the pretext of going to buy them biscuits, but she took the kids to the motor park and boarded a bus to the east where she sold them to the buyer who was already waiting for her.

Faith Nuhu was arrested for kidnapping three of her elder sister's children from their home in Kafanchan, Kaduna State | The Sun
Faith Nuhu was arrested for kidnapping three of her elder sister’s children from their home in Kafanchan, Kaduna State | The Sun

She allegedly sold two of the children for N600,000, to a woman named Evelyn Ojiaku, who runs a maternity home in Owerri, Imo State capital.

According to a report by The Sun, Nuhu worked with five other persons, including a medical doctor, who are all in the child trafficking syndicate.

Police stated that after abducting the children, Nuhu decided to drop the eldest of the children along the Abuja-Jos highway because they thought she was old enough to understand what was happening.

After wandering on the road for hours, a motorist stopped on the road and inquired from the little girl what she was doing on the road and she told them what happened.

The main culprit was arrested by the police who interrogated her and she confessed to the crime.

The detectives went to Benin, Edo State, and Owerri where the other members of the gang were arrested including Ojiaku, her son, John Ojiaku, Chigozie Goodwill, Elizabeth Onyemaobi, and Dr. Amadi Godwin Uzoma.

When the suspects were paraded by the Police Force Headquarters in Abuja, it was discovered that Evelyn Ojiaku operates a private hospital, Royal Maternity/Clinic and Child Service located at Umuyi-Akaba-Ikeduru, Owerri-Okigwe road and also engages in sale of children.

The police also found out that Ojiaku had earlier bought a day-old baby belonging to Nuhu, for N100,000 and urged her to look for children to sell to her.

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