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A woman identified as Juliet Phillips and her mother as well as a retired director in the Community Development Department of the Ministry of Women Affairs in Delta State, Collins Ogbor have been arrested over alleged stealing and sale of a 2-year-old boy in Delta State. It was gathered that the trio were arrested at Idogbo in Ikpoba-Okah Local Government Area of Edo State by officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force from the “A” Division in Warri.

The prime suspect, Juliet Phillips, who operate an illegal orphanage, Godswill Ophanage at Ekpan community near Newton Agbofodo’s compound allegedly stole baby Testimony, a twin from the mother, believed to be close to imbecility, on November 28,2018. Phillips, it was learnt, took the two-year-old baby to Deliverance Orphanage operated by her mother in Ozoro community in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State.

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It was from the Deliverance Orphanage, which is registered with the Delta State Government, that the little boy was sold (adopted) to a pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, in Edo State at the rate of nine hundred thousand naira. A woman identified as Juliet Phillips and her mother as well as a retired director in the Community Development Department of the Ministry of Women Affairs in Delta State, Collins Ogbor have been arrested over alleged stealing and sale of a 2-year-old boy in Delta State. Woman kidnaps 2-year-old boy in Delta, sells him to pastor. It was gathered that the trio were arrested at Idogbo in Ikpoba-Okah Local Government Area of Edo State by officers and men of the Nigeria Police Force from the “A” Division in Warri. The prime suspect, Juliet Phillips, who operate an illegal orphanage, Godswill Ophanage at Ekpan community near Newton Agbofodo’s compound allegedly stole baby Testimony, a twin from the mother, believed to be close to imbecility, on November 28,2018.

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Phillips, it was learnt, took the two-year-old baby to Deliverance Orphanage operated by her mother in Ozoro community in Isoko North Local Government Area of Delta State. It was from the Deliverance Orphanage, which is registered with the Delta State Government, that the little boy was sold (adopted) to a pastor in the Redeemed Christian Church of God, RCCG, in Edo State at the rate of nine hundred thousand naira. Juliet said the vulnerable woman should pay for her own transportation because she can only afford to pay for herself. Already Juliet under pretence of help, backed one of the children (the boy) as the two of them were sleeping. Immediately they arrived Igbudu market, Juliet hurriedly paid for herself before they got down from the Keke and before the woman finish paying and collecting her balance from the commercial tricycle operator, Juliet disappeared with the child she backed. Daily Post learnt that the vulnerable woman cried over her missing child in Effurun market, drawing the attention of sympathizers.

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In the process, the President of the Nigerian Welfare Fund, Comrade Joshua Omorere was called and after carefully listening to the plight of the woman, incidented the matter to the police, who promptly launched investigation into the matter which led to the arrests of the trio.

Abass Sulaiman Adegoke, well known as Adegoke is a student of Federal Polytechnic Ede studying Civil Engineering, He is a media enthusiast, loves traveling, and has a special interest in personal development.

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Despite being begged by residents to stop the fight, the young man descended on the official with the weapon.

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Confirming the sad development, the All Progressives Congress Governorship (APC) candidate in Benue State, Hon. Emmanuel Jime, strongly condemned the assassination of Okoloho.

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