The founder of Arrows of God Community Children’s Home, Nkwelle 33, Rev D.C Ogo has been handed over to men of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP).
Rev D.C Ogo was handed over to NAPTIP by the Anambra State Commissioner for Women and Social Welfare, Ify Obinabo.
It was gathered that Rev Ogo was found to have been involved in illegal adoption.
She allegedly gave away children in her orphanage homes to persons seeking children, in exchange for money.
According to reports, a few months ago, the orphanage was sealed following details of an investigative report was made public and indicted the home.
The ministry sealed off the home after it recovered over 20 children who were kept in the home.
The commissioner who questioned the suspect in her office on Wednesday, lamented the bad image people like Ogo were causing the state, despite the government’s efforts to rid the state of such practices.
“Imagine the bad image people like you are giving the state despite our numerous efforts to rid Anambra State of corrupt adoption practices.
“I’m using this opportunity to warn other community children’s home operators to desist from all forms of illegalities that will bring a bad name to the state.”