Operatives of the Anti-Human Trafficking Unit of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Akwa Ibom State Command have arrested Mr Elisha Effiong for collaborating with his wife to sell their two daughters aged 6 and 4. THE PUNCH reports.
Effiong, who stays in Cameroon with his wife was arrested in Uyo on November 15, 2021, through an intelligence report while trying to sell their children, known as Abasifreke Edet and Rachael Edet.
In a statement presented on Wednesday by the command’s Public Relations Officer, Umana Ukeme, the suspects said that their decision to sell the children was as a result of struggles. Information Guide Nigeria
According to Ukeme, the suspect confided with a private security guard of his intentions while the guard, in turn, called the commandant of the corps Mr Abidemi Majekodunmi who instantly commanded the arrest of the culprit. jamb results
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“The suspect, Elisha Edet Effiong, ‘M’ was apprehended with his two children identified as Abasifreke Edet, 6, and Rachel Edet, 4, while attempting to sell them for M700, 000 in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.
“Effiong, 40 years was apprehended at FulCare Hospital along Ekpanya Street, where he notified the security guard of his intention to sell his two children to pay off his debt and meet other financial challenges.
“The security guard notified the NSCDC and immediately, Commandant Abidemi Majekodunmi detailed personnel of the anti-human trafficking unit of the corps who swung into action and apprehended the suspect alongside with his two daughters, ” the statement read in part.
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