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“Baby factories” in Nigeria: pictures taken out of context, but a very real phenomenon | Local Business News

“Baby factories” in Nigeria: pictures taken out of context, but a very real phenomenon
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Three photos are circulating on the internet, presented as those of a “baby factory” which has just been dismantled in Nigeria. One of them was taken without a classic maternity hospital in Lagos, in 2008. The other two, although taken in 2014, are in turn linked to this type of clandestine establishment, where pregnant women are held. until they give birth. Their newborns are then sold to the highest bidder. A recurring phenomenon over the past ten years in Nigeria.

We will also discuss a photo of a man, an immigrant to Valencia in Spain, who was reportedly sent back to his home country after bringing back to the police an envelope full of money he had found. Except conversely, this man recovered the money he had lost. Finally, a fake news has gone viral: the wife of the CEO of Pfizer would have died of the side effects of the vaccine against the Covid 19. It is false, she is doing very well.

“Baby factories” in Nigeria: pictures taken out of context, but a very real phenomenon
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Gérard Truchon

An experienced journalist in internal and global political affairs, she tackles political issues from all sides

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