No fewer than 11 out of the 20 women freed from the two baby factories in Isheri-Osun and Okota area of Lagos state have reportedly been delivered of their babies.
This new development was confirmed by the Zonal Head of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Daniel Atoloko.
Atoloko further disclosed that 10 of the girls gave birth through normal delivery while one had a cesarean session.
According to Channels TV report, Atoloko stated that four girls and six boys made the addition to the home as one of the babies died in the course of delivery.
He ffurther added that two girls who had attempted to perform abortions before their eventual rescue suffered miscarriages.