Baby factories in Nigeria: a new and challenging source of abuse

Jun 11, 2017
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‘Academic researchers are trying increasingly to focus worldwide attention on this phenomenon, to inform the public and the politicians about this emergent social menace.’

People who cannot bear children can procure them, and the market for them is large.  The commodification of children is a blight on humanity.

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