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Man Arrested For Trafficking His Wife And Selling His 2-year-old Son For N600k

A 36-year-old man identified as Kingsley Essien has reportedly been apprehended by the operatives of the Ogun State Police Command for trafficking his wife to Mali for prostitution.

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Essien was also reported to have sold his 2-year-old son for N600k. A statement released by the Ogun State Police Command spokesperson, DSP Abimbola Oyeyemi revealed that the suspect was reported by his own wife, Bright Essien at the Agbara Divisional Headquarters.

According to the wife’s report, her husband informed her about seeking a job for her in Bamako Mali, saying he has assisted a lot of people to seek greener pastures in the country and since it was her husband’s recommendation, she didn’t suspect any foul play.

However, upon getting to the country, she realized that she has been sold to a human traffick cartel headed by a woman at an amount of N1.4 million.

Her statement led to the arrest of her husband as he is being processed for prosecution.

In other news, a Ghanaian social media user has taken to the microblogging platform to drag the Rufftown Records signee, Wendy Shay, asking her to focus on a lucrative business rather than doing music.

According to the social media user, the songstress has failed to amass greatness with regard to her music career, hence she needs to stop doing music and focus on other business ventures which can sustain her forever.

The netizen said that Wendy Shay needs to focus her attention on one of the lucrative businesses in Ghana which is selling tomatoes instead of doing music.

Well, it is unclear if these assertions made by the netizen were personal or perhaps he has seen something about Wendy’s craft that he believes she needs to halt her career before it is too late.

He wrote; I think Wendy Shay should focus on selling Tomatoes and stop doing music cus the music thing is not helping her.

Source: www.NaijaOnPoint.com.ng

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