Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters
Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters
Crime

Nigerian police free 19 women and girls from ‘baby factory’ in Lagos

  • Many of the victims, aged 15 to 28, were abducted and impregnated by captors planning to sell the children
  • Boys are sold for US$1,630 and girls for US$980

Topic |   Crime
Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters
Some of the women who were freed by police are seen entering a vehicle in Lagos, Nigeria, on Monday. Photo: Reuters
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