The command told newsmen in Akure that a total of 19 men and women, who were allegedly cohabiting and producing children for the owner of the ‘factory’, were arrested.
They comprised 8 men and 11 women and the owner of the factory.
Five of the women were carrying children, while another five were found pregnant.
The Comptroller of the command, Alhaji Al-Hassan Musa, said NIS got a tip-off from Abuja, and, therefore, was able to raid the ‘baby factory’.
The Comptroller also added that the culprits would be handed over to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons and Other Related Offences (NAPTIP) in Lagos.
However, some of the suspects and the alleged proprietor, who spoke with the newsmen, denied the allegations, maintanined they were all members of a family.