Court Convicts 41 Persons For Human Trafficking

Court Convicts 41 Persons For Human Trafficking
  • PublishedJuly 30, 2018

The Director-General of the agency, Dr. Julie Okah-Donli, disclosed this while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria after a road walk to sensitise people against human trafficking in Abuja on Monday.

Okah-Donli explained that 359 people had so far been convicted for different offences of human trafficking since 15 years of establishment of NAPTIP.

She said that the agency was now more committed and determined than ever to prosecute anyone involved in human trafficking no matter how highly placed in the society.

She stated that NAPTIP had now focused attention on those using under-aged children as house helps, pointing out that anyone caught in the act would face the wrath of the law.

According to her, there is a need for the general public to give the agency relevant information that will lead to the arrest of suspects of child trafficking.

The NAPTIP boss said that since she assumed duty as head of the agency, she had been doing more on awareness creation to sensitise people on the danger of human trafficking.


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