The Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) has last week arrested a couple from Cameroon, Kamsol Ayang (44) and Theresa Asamoa (46) who entered the country via Etung LGA of Cross River State with a two weeks old allegedly stolen baby.
Speaking on the development, comptroller of NIS in the state, Funke Adeuyi, narrated in a statement:
"The child looked so powerless and pale, as though he had not tasted bosom milk. Neither the child's eyes nor body was moving, a circumstance that started suspicion.
"The couple asserted to have been hitched for a long time, and chose to leave Cameroon for Nigeria to take natural medications that would make her pregnant.
"In the wake of looking their travel reports, we discovered that their surnames did not count in spite of the fact that they guaranteed to have been hitched for a long time."