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Court Jails Two For Human Trafficking

A Federal High Court, sitting in Benin and presided over by Honourable Justice A M Liman, has sentenced forty-nine years old Mrs. Ehie Christy Ehirobo, to nine years imprisonment for human trafficking. The convict, who hails from Orhionmwon Local Government Area of Edo State, was arraigned by the National Agency for

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IOM Pledges Renewed Support To NAPTIP

The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) has renewed its commitment to the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) in the fight against human trafficking in Nigeria. This was made known by the newly appointed IOM Chief-of-Mission, Frantz Celestin, during his visit to the NAPTIP Headquarters in

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Two Men Jailed For Human Trafficking

A Federal High Court sitting in Sokoto, Sokoto State of Nigeria, presided over by Hon. Justice Idrissa Kogu, has sentenced two men, 25-year-old Lawali Alhaji Gado and 21-year-old Umar Abdullahi to jail for human trafficking offences. The Suspects, who hail from Sokoto State, were charged to court on 8th December, 2016

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