Emerald Bassey & Edith Omon Wanted For Trafficking Of Baby From Lagos To Gambia

Two women identified as Emerald Bassey and Edith Omon have been declared wanted by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) for allegedly trafficking a three-month-old baby.

In a statement, Nneka Aniagoh of NAPTIP Press and Public Relations Department said the women were involved in the trafficking of the baby from Lagos to Banjul, Gambia in 2018.

The agency is asking for help to apprehend the women in hopes that the baby may be reunited with its family and the erring woman can consequently answer for their alleged trafficking crime.

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Read the statement below:

NAPTIP wishes to inform the general public that the two women- Andy Emerald Bassey Pastor and Anthony – Ibeneme Edith Omon, whose pictures are below have been declared wanted by NAPTIP over their alleged involvement in the Trafficking of a 3-month old baby from Lagos to Banjul.

Anyone with useful information about their whereabouts which will aid the on-going investigations should please contact NAPTIP on 07030000203.

See pictures and screenshot below:

1 Discussion on “Emerald Bassey & Edith Omon Wanted For Trafficking Of Baby From Lagos To Gambia”
  • This is news is just to tarnish the image of innocent persons. Carefully reading the news, all sources stated that this incident happened on June 4, 2018, and the said women were arrested in the Gambia, Now how can you declare persons who were arrested in the Gambia wanted? These people you declared wanted to have physical home addresses, they have bank accounts still running, they have their social media handles running, their phone numbers are still working and they are still answering their calls, so how then should they be declared wanted?

    This is just to gain international popularity with this cheap publicity. Nigerian Authorities, Stop fooling Nigerians with fake sponsored stories and focus on doing your job to serving Nigerians better as they deserve.

    This is all fake and doesn’t tell well about Nigeria at all.

    God Help Us All

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