Police parades 3 women for theft of 10 months old baby Master Tochukwu Peters in Imo state




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Mrs Ogechi Chukwuocha and her sister, Chimezie Okafor paraded by the Police in Imo for buying a stolen male child, little Tochukwu for N650,000.
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Parents of the 10 months old child, Mr and Mrs Okechukwu Peters.
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Imo PPRO, DSP Andrew Enwerem presenting little Tochukwu to his parents, Mr and Mrs Okechukwu Peters.

www.odogwublog.com reports that the Imo State Police command yesterday paraded three female suspects for the theft of a 10 months old baby, Master Tochukwu Peters sold for N650,000; just as the baby was reunited with his parents.
The suspects paraded include: Mrs Ogechi Chukwuocha from Dike Ofeiyi in Isiala Mbano local government area; her sister, Chimezie Okafor from Umuzike, Amaifeke in Isiala Mbano; and Calista Igwe from Orlu local government, all in Imo State.
Mrs Chukwuocha had paid N650,000 to Calista who claimed the mother of the child said she lacked the capacity to feed and raise the child.
According to her, she is a widow and mother of female children but has been having a running battle with her inlaws over her late husband's properties, due to her inability to present a male child.
She explained that in order to safeguard the properties, she confided in her sister about the problem and they decided to buy a male child.
Mother of the child, 35 years old Mrs Udoka Peters, a housewife told odogwublog.com that on June 15, 2017, she requested her neighbour, Favour Nwekem to hold the child while she undertook a chore in the same house.
According to her, in less than 20 minutes, she returned to Favour's room to carry little Tochukwu only to wait in vain, as the lady had absconded without a trace.
However, after investigations, the Police discovered the child with Mrs Chukwuocha in Dike Ofeiyi in Isiala Mbano, six days after he went missing in Okwu-Ogbaku in Mbaitoli local government of Imo State.
Parents of the child, Mr and Mrs Okechukwu Peters who hail from Nguziada in Afikpo South local government area of Ebonyi State.
Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) DSP Andrew Enwerem told The Authority Daily that the Police will stop at nothing to ensure a crime free state.
While presenting little Tochukwu to his ecstatic parents, Enwerem admonished parents to shun crime in their quest for a male child, saying they should be law abiding.

Police parades 3 women for theft of 10 months old baby Master Tochukwu Peters in Imo state  Police parades 3 women for theft of 10 months old baby Master Tochukwu Peters in Imo state Reviewed by Odogwu Emeka Odogwu on Thursday, June 22, 2017 Rating: 5

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