Saturday, August 25, 2012

INCREDIBLE: This 2year-old Girl was sold by her Aunt for 100,000naira


A Thirty-year-old woman, Mrs. Elizabeth Elom from Umuoru Ezzangbo in Ohaukwu local government area of Ebonyi State has been arrested by police for allegedly stealing and selling a two-year old girl, Favour Onwe for the sum of N100, 000.

While parading the woman at the police headquarters Abakaliki yesterday, the state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), Mr. Sylvester Igbo, a Deputy Superintendent of Police (DSP) said on July 16, 2012 the parents of the child, Mr. Aloysius 62 and Mrs. Ngozi Onwe 48 raised the alarm of the missing of the little girl without knowing that it was the aunt of the child who stole and sold her. Please click to continue reading...

He said that one Nkurika Okonkwo who is still at large bought the child for N100, 000 from one Izuchukwu Okeke from Akwa South in Anambra State, saying that woman who bought her took to her heels when she got wind that police were looking for her.

According to him, “The sister of the father of the child was discovered to be the person that stole the child and took her to Akwa in Anambra State where she had contact with the man who connected her to the  woman who bought the child.

“The man who connected her to the woman is one Izuchukwu Okeke from Akwa South in Anambra State.  So, the person that was alleged to have bought the child is called Nkurika Okonkwo, though the woman is at large. When the woman got wind of police presence in the matter, she abandoned the child and took to her heels and the police came to recover the child.

“The police have been trying to track the woman but it has not yielded any result, we are still looking for the woman. So when the child was brought here, the parent came and identified the child as their child. This happened at Ohaukwu but was later transfered to the headquarters”, explained.

On how the child was recovered, the PPRO said: “The person that stole the child is an aunt to the child and when the child was missing, she was worried and was looking for the child, until we got information that she was the last person seen with the child.
 
When the police mounted pressure and interrogated her, she confessed to the crime saying she sold the child at the sum of N100, 000. That is how police got to know the mystery surrounding the missing child.

Source:Naijahottestgist

30 comments:

  1. Captain Bintin Laye26 August, 2012 00:07

    One word; WICKEDNESS!

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  2. tribalistic comments to follow i guess.

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    1. Hehehe...I wasn't going to say anyfing until I saw sth like ur post. But its true na, na una way to dey do this kain fing. But I'm not surprised again sef...shebi I don see two igbo women wey sell their own babies for 30k...*shrugs*

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    2. God help us

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  3. Wtf is wrong w pple?if u want a child so bad and u can't have kids get a serrugate or something why steal a 2yr old?I tire 4 naija

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  4. smh! hmn d heart of man is desperately wicked :(

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  5. This little girl is not two. The heart of man is truly desperately wicked - too much poverty of the mind and spirit is worrying people.

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    1. Then how old is she if u say she's not two....u sabi am ni abi na u gan gan be the buyer?

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    2. I knw this is totally irrelevant but this picture is clearly not a two year old. More like a 4 year old and above

      She can't be 2 for sure ....

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  6. Eeeya Thank God for her life ooo....ow heartless can an aunt be,wat if d lady had bought her for ritual purpose and not adoption? O ma ga ooo....pls ladun wat's large? Abi na lagos una wan write?

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    1. "Large"---the criminal/suspect has absconded/no where to be found

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  7. wonders shall never end. thank God it ended well.

    on another note, why do the police parade suspects in Nigeria?

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    1. As in that question has been on my mind. Sounds like somtin 4rm a village inspired movie.

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  8. There's an undertone of jealousy and wickedness behind the womans motive.

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  9. This is becoming rampant in the Eastern part of the Country. What these folks do for money!

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  10. anon 26 August, 2012 00:34 doesn't know what "at large" is? Take time off the internet and go back to school. illiterate.

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    1. Shut up jo, overshabi houseboy,drink panadol for anoda person headache. Ode oshi

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    2. Thank you ooo anonymous 08.44, i was jus coming to tongue lash d mumu idiat,she tinks evrybody dat comments on dis blog is a graduate and has just displayed his/her stupidity/ignorance for all to see (what makes her tink twuznt a young teenager dats still learng?). I can bet even her learned self still dont av all d words in the dictionary embedded in her brain....we learn evryday(nobody sabi pass,i play scrabble a lot &am very gud with words bot there are stil some new words i learn from oda pipu)so puliz 'onye cambridge' ,take plenti seats and form wole soyinka till u go tarry.mschew

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    3. Anon 8:44 ure such a bitter razz soul! Tueh!!! Words are to good to be used On you, u should simply be spat at!

      **** Mufasa Said

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  11. this is so cruel..wat a wicked world full of greed..haba

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  12. her dad is 62...abi grandpa

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    1. Lol..I knew sumone was gonna point dis out...NEKS

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  13. This TRibe n money sha

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  14. Anon 3.15 yes, naturally I have to be the buyer. People like you can never look objectively at a differently stated position without making it personal abi?

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  15. Wat a wicked world!!!! Whoever dat is behind this evil motive shall be rewarded in no time...

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  16. Igbo kwenu.... Yaaaa na we D̶̲̥̅̊ε̲̣̣̣̥γ̲̣̣̥ dia nna we go settle am

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