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146 convicted for human trafficking in Nigeria this year – NAPTIP
THE National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic In Persons and Other Related Matters (NAPTIP) has said that about 146 suspects have been convicted in the country this year by the court over human trafficking as well as other related cases.
The Director of intelligence and International Cooperation, Mr.Tsumba Terna stated this on Saturday in Lokoja, Kogi state.
According to him, the Agency is winning the war gradually as he advised parents to stop sending their wards into child labour.
He lamented that male children are the most vulnerable to dangers of hard labour, while the girls are also exposed to sexual abuse.
Mr. Terna called for a better understanding between the Agency and the security agencies in bid to curb child abuse and human trafficking in the country.
The Director who decried the release of the recent suspects and traffickers in Kogi state by the Police without proper investigation,called for a better understanding between the Agency and the security agencies in bid to curb child abuse and human trafficking in the country.