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Nigerian women now sell their private parts to make money

Nigerian women now sell their private and birth organs, including wombs,
ovaries and human eggs, as commodities at the global bio-technology
market.
 
The President of Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria, CBCN and Archbishop of Jos, Most Rev. Ignatius
Kaigama, gave this shocking revelation in his keynote address on
Thursday in Abuja during the International Family and Pro-Life
Conference, with the theme, “Witnesses to the dignity of every human
life.”

The Bishop, who spoke on the topic, “The Catholic church in Nigeria
and the imperative of scaling up pro-life activities across the
country”, stated that “some scientists and dubious businessmen use
members of the National Assembly to gain legal access to the wombs and
ovaries of women and young girls.”

He said, “It is becoming increasingly clear to us that even in
Nigeria, our women have become the target of all manners of intrigues,
especially as their fertility is concerned.
“Personal private parts of women, ranging from wombs, ovaries and
human eggs risk being put up as commodities for sale at the global
biotechnology marketplaces.”
Kaigama, while lamenting the escalating security challenges in the
nation added that human life had become cheaper than a loaf of bread. Regrettably, human life has become cheaper than a loaf of bread.”

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