A location in Number 18, kusa lane in Bariga with jurisdiction in shomolu has been harboring one Paul Achegbulu who accordingly has been disguising to be operating a blood bank mini factory illegally but pretending to be legitimate in the eyes of many inhabitants within the said environment.
Lock however ran against him when police got rid of the development and a team of police men led by the commissioner of police, imohimi Edgal to affect his arrest.
In a statement made available to urban express news online through the police public relation officer Sp Chike Oti said detectives got information that suspects was draining blood from children in a one-room apart and selling same to clinics
“The police team recovered seven paints of blood from. “Trouble started for the suspect on June 10, after he drew two paints of blood from a 17 year-old boy Ayomide Adesanya, and as implication, made the said victim pass out”. “He was said to have also draw pints from the same victim on june 4, and on each, gave the victim N2,000.”
The CP, after visiting Adesanya at the hospital where he was admitted after he passed out, told reporters that the suspect lured underage children with N2,000, while he confessed that he sold the blood for N7,000.He said: “Adesanya became weak after donating four pints of blood. He collapsed and is currently receiving treatment at the Bariga Hospital. The mother told us that her daughter’s friend informed them of Adesanya’s condition after she saw him on a bike.”
But the suspect said he did not know Adesanya was underage, adding that the victim told him he was 20-year-old. “It was when his parents came to confront me that I knew he was 17. He told me he was 20. I am a lab scientist. I was trained five years ago at Nigerian Institute of Laboratory Science Technology.
“Lab technicians from hospitals used to come and buy blood from me. I used to sell the blood through my assistant, Alfa. He’s the one who knows the hospitals he sold to. I do not know where he is at the moment.”