he Police in Enugu State have arrested a 20-year-old girl, identified as Chinwendu Agbo after she allegedly sold her new born baby for N70,000.

Chinwendu, a native of Eha-Alumonah, in Nsukka Local Government Area of Enugu State, sold the little boy to a woman, named Ngozi Eze, resident in Enugu, the State capital.

DAILY POST gathered that the suspect, who resides at Obollo-Afor Lodge, in Udenu Council Area of the State, gave birth to the child on August 6.

The spokesman of the police in Enugu State, DSP Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the arrest in a statement said, the Command “has commenced investigations into the incident of child trafficking at Obolo-Afor in Udenu Local Government area of the state.

“The suspect, Chinwendu Agbo of Ehalumona, residing at Obollo-Afor Lodge and about twenty years, sold her new born baby boy, which she gave birth to on 6/8/15, at the sum of N70,000, (seventy thousand naira) to a woman at Umabor Ehalumona, but living in Enugu.

“A full scale investigation has commenced as suspects are helping the police in their investigations”.

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  1. Bundles of irresponsibilities in Eha-Alumonah. From one bad story to the other. When will youths there be inquisitive to ‘a way forward’. No one wants to start small, for one to be big, you must start from the credum(buttom). NB, Grave digging is the only venture that starts from the top. Now, see Indiscriminate arrest has being the order of the day in our town, no one is safe again, I have always think that the best thing for evry youths is to strive, pray and believe me, you will soon hover the hills on your way. Boys are interested in taking what that does not belongs to them, Girls there are busy practising child trafficing where as police are there doing there Job, who is wrong?. On the other hand for any reason why should police arrest an elderly man not for interrogation but a typical arrest. But, anyway! Parents should from now on, fail not to advice your sons and daughters and for us youths, its really a pity that at our ages(20s and 30s), we are still awaiting parents advice for us to follow the right path of life. But remember life without God(Grace) is unfortunate and it ends in the grave. Goodluck my people. -……..Ugwueze (20s of age).

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