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NAPTIP rescues 10 human trafficking victims – Dailytrust

The National Agency for the Prohibition of (NAPTIP), North West Zonal Command in Kano, has rescued 10 victims of human trafficking on their way to the Niger Republic for labour exploitation.

NAPTIP Northwest Zonal Coordinator, Barrister Abdullahi Babale, stated that the victims were recruited from Kogi, Delta, Kwara, Oyo, Ondo, Lagos, Ogun, and Osun states.

“The agency, in collaboration with the Joint Border Task Force, rescued the 10 victims who were between the ages of 9 and 28 years. Two of them were males and 8 females,” he said.

He said they were currently undergoing counselling in a shelter, while efforts were being made to reunite them with their families.

Daily Trust reported that in March 2022, that NAPTIP Northwest zonal command succeeded in rescuing 35 victims of human trafficking on their way to Europe through Kongolom route.

 

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ABOUT PBJ LEARNING

PBJ Learning is a leading provider of online human trafficking training, focusing on awareness and prevention education. Their interactive Human Trafficking Essentials online course is used worldwide to educate professionals and individuals how to recognize human trafficking and how to respond to potential victims. Learn on any web browser (even your mobile phone) at any time.

More stories like this can be found in your PBJ Learning Knowledge Vault.