Ogun state police has launched investigation regarding teenagers that sold their organs in Ogun State The police in Lagos have started an investigation into reports that two teenagers from the Iyana-Ipaja neighborhood of Lagos State sold their organs for N200,000 to a doctor in Abeokuta, Ogun State, two months ago, without their parents’ permission. According to news reports, Precious Ikechukwu, 17, and Theresa Obam, 19, the daughter and secretary of a Pentecostal Bishop in Lagos, allegedly worked together with Mrs. Adeleke Blessing, an adult church member, to visit a doctor at Redwood Specialist Hospital in Abeokuta, where their organs were sold for N100,000 each. In accordance with the report, their deed was discovered on September 12, 2022, when Precious, the founder and daughter of the bishop of Living Word Anointed Gospel Mission in Iyana-Ipaja, Lagos, began throwing up. Her father, Ikechukwu Umeayo, took her to the hospital because he believed she had malaria or typhoid. The doctor asked for a medical exam, which subsequently revealed that she had injury to her anus and private parts. The ill child, who reportedly lost consciousness when her medical condition was exposed, later recovered consciousness and told her father that Mrs. Adeleke Blessing, a female member of his church, had taken them to Ogun State where their organs had been sold to a doctor. The adolescents further claimed that Mrs. Adeleke persuaded them to commit the unlawful conduct because the bishop, her father, was underpaying them and promised to drive them to a location where they would be lavishly compensated with N100,000. Additionally, they said Mrs. Adeleke had threatened to murder them if they told their father or parents. The teens described how the transplant was carried out, claiming that Mrs. Adeleke Blessing, better known as Mummy K, transported them to Redwood Hospital in Abeokuta, Ogun State, without their parents’ permission. There, they teamed up with Dr. Durodola and gave them narcotic injections. The teenagers were transferred to a different hospital in Surulere, Lagos, following the shocking revelations. There, they underwent a medical laboratory test and scan that revealed the damage their 46 harvested ovaries had caused to their liver, uterus, urinary bladder, kidney, spleen, and gall bladder. When contacted, Bishop Umeayo, the father of one of the teenagers, told Vanguard that when his daughter Precious was taken to the hospital and the test was done, her younger siblings informed him that they knew their sister was ill because she frequently visited the bathroom with medical equipment and came out dripping blood. He said that Mrs. Adeleke, the main suspect, frequently attended church vigils and was lodging with her mother-in-law in the property where the church is located. According to information obtained, Favour resides with Bishop Ikechukwu, who pays his daughter Precious, a hairdresser, to make Mrs. Adeleke’s hair in exchange for payment. The bishop also employs Favour as his secretary in the church and pays her N20,000 per month. The incident was reported to the Iyana-Ipaja police station, and they later sent it for additional inquiry to the State Criminal Investigations and Intelligence Bureau, SCIID, Panti, Yaba, Lagos.