Saturday, 4 January 2014

Over Two Thousand Five Hundred Teenagers Rescued From Baby Factories Across The South East In 2013

Over two thousand five hundred teenagers were rescued from ‘baby factories’ across the South-East states in twenty thirteen.

According to Investigations by the Campaign for Democracy, most of the victims were pregnant minors who were enticed into the trade with monetary offers by the ‘baby factory’ operators, while others were forced into the illegal trade by poverty and illiteracy.

A statement released by the group and signed by its Chairman in the South-East, Uzor A. Uzor attributed the increase in ‘baby factory’ operations in the zone to high rate of youth unemployment and poverty.

The Campaign for Democracy said that the problem of baby factory was peculiar with the South East.

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