Orphanage in a mess, steals, sells boy for N850,000 | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Their nemesis, an anti-child trafficking crusader, Mr. Joshua Omorere of Nigerian Child Welfare, Warri, who spoke exclusively to The Guardian on Friday, gave nerve-wracking details of the gang’s method, and how they fell for the trap he laid for the deadly foursome, vowing that, “The baby thief, Juliet Phillip, Mr. Ogba, her mother, Christiana and her elder sister whose account the money was paid into, will have Inspector Benjamin Akhagbemeh, the IPO from Area Command office, Warri, to contend with as he has been saddled with the responsibility of sorting the puzzle.”

~ The Guardian

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