Enugu State police command has; arrested ladies caught a notorious kidnapping ring, specialized in abducting children especially from schools located in the six local government councils in Enugu east senatorial zone for sale, the report
Sources said; the two ladies caught, one Nkeiruka Odo from Imilike Agu village in Udenu council area of Enugu State and Precious Chukwuemeka Chineneye from; Aguleri, Anambra State have continued to terrorize residents with their nefarious attitude.
They said; to have enticed children with beautiful dresses, Biscuits, Chin-Chin, and Candies among others.
The had last month abducted one Ugwu Levi Chiagozie from; a Nursery school located in Imilike Ani, Udenu and whisked him away to Anambra State where they handed him over to; a nurse for sale.
They were; however, arrested Monday, when they attempted to abduct a child at; a certain Primary school located at Imilike Ani, Udenu area.
Police Public Relations Officer in Enugu State, Ebere Amaraizu, who confirmed the development, said; their arrest followed intelligence received on the activities of the syndicate.
“Following their arrest, suspects had revealed how; they carried out ladies caught abduction of a 4-year old school boy identified as one Ugwu Levi Chiagozie from another Nusery/Primary school also located at; Imilike Ani in Udenu Local Government Area of Enugu State last month, which they handed over to a nurse in Anambra State for; sale.
Recovered from; the suspects are children’s dresses, Biscuits, Chin-Chin, Candies and other items that; can be used to entice little children”, he stated
.He said the police have commenced full-scale investigations into the incident.
He therefore; called on members of the public, especially parents and guardians to be vigilant and security conscious on their children and wards to avoid; falling into the hands of the mischief-makers.
Amaraizu further advised members of the public to report promptly any suspicious movement around their environment to Enugu State police command through; the following distress call numbers 08032003702,08075390883,08086671202 and 08098880172 or through the command social media platforms.