Police Invite Gov Ugwuanyi, Archbishop Over Sale Of Baby

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By KayCee February 22, 2016 20:46
The commissioner of police in Anam­bra state, Hosea Karma, has invited Enugu state governor, Ifeanyi Ugwuanyi and the chairman of Enugu state adoption committee, Archbishop Emmanuel Chuk­wuma, to assist in unraveling the mystery behind the disappearance of a four-month-old baby in the care of officials of Enugu state gender ministry.
The Authority reports that a 28-year-old single mother, Ijeoma Inno­cent Eziekwe from Enugu-Ukwu, Njikoka local gov­ernment area of Anambra state, raised the alarm that the ministry of gender affairs had sold her baby for the sum N1.5 million.
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Karma said the invitation of the archbishop and the governor is to use their good offices to intervene and ensure that the officials at the ministry produce the baby before the matter degenerates.
Karma charged the authorities of the ministry to produce the missing girl or face the wrath of the law.
The police public relations officer, Oke­chukwu Ali, noted that there has been on-going investigation to “unmask those behind the disappearance of the baby.”

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KayCee
By KayCee February 22, 2016 20:46