Health workers, others in grips of EOCO after selling babies in G.Accra

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An alleged baby trafficking organization has been caught by the Economic and Organised Crime Office (EOCO) and the Medical and Dental Council after they conducted an investigation.

Frank Adu Poku, the Executive Director of EOCO said the buying and selling of babies have been something that they’ve always suspected and investigated for a while and has so far yielded the arrested of not less than 10 suspects.

Doctors, nurses, social welfare workers, traditional birth attendants and mothers who operated in various hospitals in the Greater Accra Region are all part of the suspects.

Investigations are still ongoing and the EOCO says they will update the general public on the outcome.

These offenders must be strictly punished considering the kind of pain they caused the families of the stolen babies. Is the system really working in Ghana?

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