A 23-year-old call girl, Mary Olatayo, who is currently being investigated by the Ogun state police command has revealed that she sold her three weeks old baby for six hundred thousand Naira.
According to Mary Olatayo who is in police custody, “it was my friend Chioma Ogbonna who led me to the buyer in Anambra state and that we both shared the money equally.
NigeriaCrime.com gathered that Mary Olatayo is a native of Omu- Aran in Kwara state. She works as a call girl, who sees her baby as a disturbance to her business hence she decided to do away with the baby. Fortunately for her, her accomplice Chioma a native of Imo state quickly contacted a buyer in Anambra state.
However, trouble started after the father of the baby reported at Mowe Divisional Headquarters all efforts to know where their baby has proved futile.
According to him, “I met Mary Olatayo sometime ago and we started dating each other. Mary got pregnant in the process and I rented an apartment for her where she lived till she was delivered with a baby boy.
Mary suddenly disappeared with the baby from the apartment three weeks after delivery only for her to be found in a hotel where she has gone for a hookup with another man. All efforts to know where she kept our baby is proved futile.”
NigeriaCrime.com learned that based on the complaint, the DPO Mowe division, SP Folake Afeniforo, detailed detectives to the scene where the suspect was arrested and brought to the station.
Confirming the incident, SP Abimbola Oyeyemi, Spokesperson of Ogun State Police Command said during interrogation, Mary Olatayo confessed to the Police that she sold the baby to someone in Anambra state at the rate of six hundred thousand naira. She confessed that it was her friend Chioma Esther Ogbonna who led her to the buyer in Anambra state and that they both shared the money equally.
Her confession led to the arrest of Chioma Esther Ogbonna who also corroborated Mary’s claims.
Further investigation revealed that Mary Olatayo a native of Omu- Aran in Kwara state is a call girl, who sees the baby as a disturbance to her business hence she decided to do away with the baby. Fortunately for her, she has an accomplice in Chioma a native of Imo state who quickly contacted the buyer in Anambra state.
Meanwhile, the commissioner of Police, CP Lanre Bankole, has ordered the transfer of the suspects to anti-human trafficking and child labour unit of the state criminal investigation Departments for further investigation.
He also directed that everything possible must be done to recover the baby.