2 Babies Sold For N280,000 In Bauchi State Rescued, Child Traffickers Arrested
March 28, 2016 – 3 Child Traffickers Arrested For Selling 2 Babies For N280,000 In Bauchi
The Bauchi State Police Command has arrested three women suspected to be “specialists” in child trafficking including one who sold a baby for N200,000.
DSP Haruna Mohammed, Public Relation Officer (PPRO) of the command, disclosed this on Sunday in a statement made available to NAN in Bauchi.
He said the suspects were arrested by detectives of the command on March 25.
Mohammed one of the suspects from Plateau, was arrested for selling a 17-month-old baby to a woman from Imo State at the cost of N200,000.
He also said the woman also sold a 14-month-old-baby to another woman, who hailed from Benue, at the cost of N80,000.
He said that the two babies have been recovered.
Mohammed said that the mother of one of the babies, Fauziya Adamu has been identified by the police while efforts were being made to trace the mother of the other child.
The spokesman said that the suspects would be charged to court for prosecution.