Showing posts with label factory. Show all posts
Showing posts with label factory. Show all posts

Thursday, October 31, 2013

Port Harcourt: Nigerian Police frees 6 pregnant girls in baby factory raid

Lagos — Nigerian police have raided a baby factory in the oil city of Port Harcourt and arrested a woman accused of harbouring six pregnant girls, a spokeswoman said Wednesday.
"We rescued six girls last week at different stages of pregnancy from an illegal maternity home in Port Harcourt," Joy Elomoko of the Imo State police told AFP.

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Again: New Baby Factory Discovered In Imo

A woman named Mrs. Celine Eze from Umuezeala-Ogwara in Ehime Mbano Local Government Area of Imo State, has been arrested by security operatives for her alleged involvement in running a baby factory and child trafficking.
According to information available to, Mrs. Eze, a professional nurse, was arrested at her home in the community by security operatives from police headquarters, Owerri.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Police Parade 16 Pregnant Women From Another Baby Factory In Abia

The State Security Service (SSS) in Abia State paraded 16 ladies aged between 17 and 37 in a baby factory yesterday where they were waiting to deliver and sell their children to prospective buyers.Director of SSS, Mathew Obodoechi described the house where the girls lived as very unhygienic and the women were all at various stages of pregnancy.

The house at No. 3 Anyamele Street, off Nicholas Avenue, in Umungasi area of Aba, doubled as a charity foundation called Cross Foundation International. Obodoechi said the women were kept there till they delivered and then were paid N50, 000 before they were sent away. Their babaies however, stayed back and were sold to people across the country.

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Man found cooked to death inside sardine can factory

A man was found cooked to death in a sardine can factory, according to reports in the news media. Authorities said a male employee about 62 years old, was cooked to death in a seafood plant in Southern California for Bumble Bee Foods tuna manufacturer.  The local newspaper reported that Jose Melena was found Thursday just before 7 am at the plant in Santa Fe Springs. The California Division of Occupational Safety and Health spokeswoman Erika Monterroza says it is not clear how the man ended up inside a cooking device called a steam engine.

The State Department has launched an investigation into the accident. In a written statement, Bumble Bee Foods spokesman Pat Menke expressed condolences to the family of Melena and said that operations at the canning plant will be suspended until Monday.

Sunday, February 10, 2013

Another Illegal Cement Factory Uncovered By Police

Barely one week after the discovery of illegal cement factory at Zango in Ogaminana in Adavi local government area of Kogi state, another illegal cement factory has been discovered by the police command in Aku village along Lokoja-Okene road.
The factory which was located in the bush about 600 meters from main road is being used for repackaging of adulterated cement.

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Eight Trucks Burnt In Ogun Cement Factory, Five Escape Death In Crash

About eight articulated vehicles were on Friday burnt in an inferno at the premises of the Gateway Portland Cement factory in Abeokuta, the Ogun State capital.
In another incident, no fewer than five persons were seriously injured when an 18-seater Toyota Hiace bus somersaulted and broke through a fence in Oke-Ilewo area of the metropolis near the OPIC Towers on Lalubu Road.
The fire at the cement factory was alleged to have been caused by unknown persons said to have set the bush around the factory on fire.

Wednesday, October 24, 2012

October factory activity up, growth still weak — Markit

Manufacturing improved slightly in October but slow growth and economic uncertainty suggested the sector’s recent struggles may persist over the final months of 2012, an industry survey showed on Wednesday.
Financial information firm Markit said its US “flash,” or preliminary, Purchasing


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