Four Suspects And A Nurse Steals Four Months Old Baby

A forty three year old senior nurse with Federal medical Centre,(FMC) Katsina is among 4 suspects now in Katsina police custody in connection with the alleged sale of a four -month- old boy .

The nurse , Ogugua Okoh , is being detained with the 18 year old mother of the boy , who is alleged to be a prostitute. She resides in Daki Tara Quarters , Katsina.
Different suspects in the police custody are Hauwau Ibrahim , 32, of Kofar Kaura, Katsina and Mrs . Grace Ohuhu of Uba -Kala town, Abia kingdom .
The state Police Commissioner , Usman Abdullahi , confirmed the improvement in Katsina on Monday and advised newsmen that investigation at the incident was nonetheless ongoing.
According to police sources , the four suspects are being detained for crook conspiracy and human trafficking.
The police sources stated early this year, Aisha become introduced of a infant on the FMC with the help of the nurse . Aisha became allegedly informed that she gave delivery to a lifeless toddler and that the corpse were disposed off.
It changed into further learnt that Aisha later learnt that her toddler changed into introduced alive and have been bought for N 200, 000 out of which N50,000  changed into purported to accept to her.
She reportedly stormed the clinic and threatened the nurse to supply her baby for her.
Police was later called in while the nurse couldn't provide great account of the incident.
Police investigation later led to the arrest of Mrs . Grace Ohuhu who allegedly sold the toddler and Hauwau Ibrahim who delivered Aishat to the nurse .
The boy who have been named Victor became similarly recovered from Mrs . Ohuhu .
Mrs. Ohuhu , in an interview with newsmen , denied buying the baby , claiming that the N 50, 000 she gave to the nurse was intended for the upkeep of Aisha who , she said , appeared emaciated then .
The nurse , Ogugua Okoh , said Victor was in her custody for over one month earlier than Mrs . Ohuhu turned into delivered to her with the aid of one pleasure Ihenamere , now  at large.