NAPTIP rescues 10 Niger Republic-bound victims of human trafficking

Ten victims of human trafficking on their option to Niger Republic for use as labourers

Ten victims of human trafficking on their option to Niger Republic for use as labourers have been rescued by the Kano State Command of the Nationwide Company for the Prohibition of Trafficking In Individuals (NAPTIP).

 

Zonal Coordinator of the Command, Abdullahi Babale, disclosed this in an interview on Friday, June 10. 

 

“The Company in collaboration with the Joint Border Job Drive, rescued the ten victims. The victims have been recruited from Kogi, Delta, Kwara, Oyo, Ondo, Lagos, Ogun and Osun states,” he said.

 

He added that the rescued victims have been between the ages of 19 and 28 years, whereas two of them have been males and eight females.

 

Babale mentioned that the victims presently present process counselling in a shelter, whereas efforts are being made to unite them with their households.

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