Fresh details: Kidnapped girls sold to baby making factory in Nigeria - Suspect claims

Fresh details: Kidnapped girls sold to baby making factory in Nigeria - Suspect claims

- Fresh details from the BNI reveal that the revelation made by the police did not link to the kidnapped girls

- According to BNI sources the suspect has confirmed that the girls are still alive

- The suspect said that the three girls Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson and Priscilla Mantebea Kuranchie were sent to Nigeria in two separate trips and allegedly sold to a baby making factory for a fee of $5,000 (2 million Naira) each

Investigations conducted by the Bureau of National Investigations (BNI) into the saga involving the missing Takoradi girls, paints a different picture from what was revealed at the suspects's house.

According to BNI sources, details are emerging about the case from the recent revelations at the Takoradi house of the prime suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills.

However, BNI sources told Daily Guide that contrary to the latest breakthrough of the CID in unravelling the puzzle surrounding the missing girls’ case, the prime suspect, Samuel Udoetuk Wills, after a series of interrogations ‘confessed’ to BNI interrogators in March 2019 that the girls were shipped to Nigeria in December 2018 and January 2019.

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The BNI had been tasked to take over the investigation following his non-cooperation with the police CID after sending them on a wild goose chase on several occasions.

The suspect said that the three girls Priscilla Blessing Bentum, Ruth Love Quayson and Priscilla Mantebea Kuranchie were sent to Nigeria in two separate trips and allegedly sold to a baby making factory for a fee of $5,000 (2million Naira) each.

The suspect mentioned a certain woman called Mama as the operator of the ‘baby factory’ and that they were taking to a place in Onitsha, Anambra State of Nigeria.

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The girls were said to have been heavily sedated to avoid raising any alarm.

With this information in hand, the BNI was said to have followed up on it and confirmed the existence of a baby factory ring in the Eastern Nigerian commercial town of Onitsha, where young girls are sold off to kingpins for the purpose of making babies for adoption by rich families in Nigeria and elsewhere.

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