February 3, 2023

The Lagos State Police Command have launched investigation into how two female teenagers living in Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos State, sold their organs to a medical doctor in Abeokuta, Ogun State, for N100,000 each without the consent of their parents.

According to Vanguard, the teenagers, 17-year-old Precious Ikechukwu daughter of the Bishop and Founder of Living Word Anointed Gospel Mission, and her father’s secretary, 19-year-old Theresa Obam, allegedly collaborated with one Mrs. Adeleke Blessing, an adult church member, to visit a doctor at Redwood Specialist Hospital in Abeokuta, where their organs were sold for N100,000 each.

Their deed was discovered on September 12, 2022, when Precious, started throwing up. Her father, Ikechukwu Umeayo, took her to the hospital because he thought she had malaria or typhoid. There, the doctor asked for a medical exam, which subsequently revealed that her anus and private parts were damaged.

The sick girl, who reportedly lost consciousness after her medical condition was exposed, later regained consciousness and told her father that Mrs. Adeleke Blessing took them to Ogun State where their organs were sold to a doctor.

The teenagers further claimed that Mrs. Adeleke persuaded them to commit the unlawful act because the bishop, her father, was underpaying them and promised to drive them to a location where they would be lavishly compensated with N100,000. Additionally, they claimed Mrs. Adeleke threatened to murder them if they told their father or parents.

Describing how the transplant was carried out, the girls claimed that Mrs. Adeleke Blessing, better known as Mummy K, transported them to Redwood Hospital in Abeokuta, Ogun State, without their parents’ permission. There, she teamed up with Dr. Durodola who injected them with some drugs.

They said they were also unlawfully taken to a PDF hospital in Surulere, Lagos, where a doctor took their ovaries, eggs, and organs, resulting in excruciating pain and bleeding.

Given the shocking information, the teenagers were transferred to a different hospital in Surulere, Lagos, where they underwent a medical laboratory test and scan. The results showed that the 46 ovaries that were harvested had caused damage to the teenagers’ liver, uterus, urinary bladder, kidney, spleen, and gall bladder.

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