Abuja - A middle-aged man in the Ngor Okpala LGA of Imo State has been arrested by a vigilante group in the area after allegedly attempting to sell his wife and child to a man suspected of being a kidnapper and human trafficker, Pulse reports.
The man, identified as Obinna Nwakpa, along with human trafficking suspect Ben Echeberemeze, were arrested in the bush where they had lured the woman and her child in order to complete the transaction.
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The state government has been urged to investigate the incident thoroughly as the vigilante group has alleged that Nwakpa is suspected of having been involved in similar kidnapping incidents.
DSP Andrew Enwerem, state Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO), has confirmed the man's arrest.
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