Sunday, 8 December 2013

Graphic Details Of The Demolished Ezuma Hospital

Sequel to Dr. James Ezuma’s arrest, his clinic, Ezuma Hospital, Okigwe Road Aba, was yesterday demolished by the government.

For most who didn’t read the story, his baby-making factory at Egbu, Imo State was smashed last week by the Imo State Police Command. The police was reported to have rescued 16 pregnant girls, including one whose two-hour old baby girl was sold without her knowledge

Dr. James Ezuma who runs a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) and a clinic is a native of Ndiokeke Ndiakunwanta in Arondizuogu, Ideato North LGA of Imo State and operated his NGO, "Ezuma Women and Children Right Initiative".

According to the commissioner of police, Dr. Ezuma is also very notorious for gun-running and trafficking of human beings.

The search and arrest was conducted in his premises purportedly registered as an office for an NGO, which turned out to be a baby factory where teenage girls are encouraged to get pregnant and take home the sum of N100,000 at delivery, on the condition  that they would abandon their babies who would be eventually used for child trafficking.

The pregnant girls rescued in the premises of Dr. Ezuma were aged between14 and 19 years. 










Dr. Ezuma being led out of his premises at Egbu
What most people don’t know is that Dr Ezuma started out at his well known clinic, Ezuma Hospital in Aba and i believe most Aba residents would be the most shocked considering he was a well respected specialist in his field of medicine. 

Question is:

1. If you grew up or live in Aba,  what was/is your impression of Dr Ezuma and his clinic?
2. Do you have any reason to believe he'd go this far?
3. Generally, are there legal steps one can follow to establish such facilities where babies are bartered? 
4. Did the government do the right thing by demolishing the building? Shouldn't it have been put to better use?

18 comments:

  1. What a world... But it makes no sense demolishing that building.

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    1. my thots exactly! can the man have his day in court? jeeze!

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  2. Whatever happened to the self acclaimed Pastor Chukwuemeka Chinyere at Elelenwho in PortHarcourt? Heard she "escaped" from police custody. Now how the hell is that possible? Heard she has been of "service" to some well placed individuals and you know the quantity of shit that will hit the fan if she gets prosecuted! Odiegwu, really...

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  3. Demolishing his building wasn't the best he should face his warrant n use the building for better thing

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  4. It was even his wife who singlehandedly erected the building and established her law firm there. He later kicked her out and started running the baby factory. Poor lady. Government should have put the building to better use after due process of law instead of demolishing it. Two wrongs cannot make a right.

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  5. At first I didn't support d demolition but if his assets but if they are left standing ds beast may be granted pardon tomorrow if any of his friends or people who are sympathetic gets into power and return them to him.
    Am only sad cos d building was d wife's sweat from her law practice.
    I watched the demolition and marveled

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  6. It was G̲̣̣̣̥o̲̣̥O̲̣̣̥ƌ̲̣̣̣̥ being demolished because people leaving around their complain a lot that dey don't sleep @ nyt.cos of the horror noises coming out of dia

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    1. smh,what horror noises? dim witted backward Nigerians.

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  7. So so sad.I do not support the demolition no matter the offence.I ve not been my self since yesterday night I received this sad news.why the demolition why why why.I cried after watching the picture of the demolished ezuma hospital just 3 poles away from my former family house.the building they demolished is his wife's sweat not the man.I know them well.the wife is my family friend.since he has been arrested is better to allow him face it cos no one is above the law then leave the building instd of demolishing it.

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  8. Arondizuogu hurray

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  9. Shocking, he was a respectable doctor. What made him get this brutal.

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  10. Child trafficking is a sinful act, may God have mercy on Dr Ezuma James Ezuma

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  11. Chai what a world we're into. Well my opion is this. The demoiltion Of the buildin is very good bcuz that's what my bible told me

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  12. I do not support the demolition but on a contrary I don't think what they did was wrong, do you know how many ladies this man has caused sorrows? How much is 100000 compare to a human life.its just unfortunate

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  13. The building was his wife's. However she raised the money to build it was best known to her; but it had nothing to do with child-trafficking. The man deserved to pay heavy penalties and prison sentences. Demolishing the house/building was a barbaric act. Such an edifice could have been put to another use or auctioned or let the rightful owner (his wife) decide how to dispose of it.

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  14. Ezuma shud face watever they charged him of. This is not new. I was born and raised in Aba. Ezuma has never been a good doctor. I have never heard of good thing about him. He shud spend the rest of his life in jail. heartless man.

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