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Group Urges More Action On Human Trafficking

An anti-human trafficking group, Devatop Centre For Human Development has again called on the Nigerian government and people to do more to ensure that the menace of human trafficking in the country was brought to an end.

Almost 900,000 Nigerians Trafficked Overtime

The menace of human trafficking has continued to linger in Nigeria with the 2016 global slavery index revealing that about 27 million people have been trafficked overtime across the globe, and in Nigeria alone, 875,500 people have fallen victim to human traffickers over the years.

NEMA, NAPTIP Partner To Aid Victims Of Human Trafficking

Musdapha Ilo, Maiduguri The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, northeast zonal office says it is ready to partner with National Agency for Prohibition of Traffic...

Traffickers Lure Victims With Scholarship Bait – NAPTIP

By Jessica Tamaradonye/Asaba The penchant by many Nigerians to seek foreign scholarships has become a new goldmine for human traffickers, it has been revealed. The Nigerian...

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Terror group that tried to topple my govt active in Nigeria, Erdoğan says in Abuja

TURKISH President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan at a meeting with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja on October 20 continued...

Nigerian Ojoma Akor places third at 2021 malnutrition reporting award

NIGERIAN Ojoma Akor, Kenyan Leon Lidigu and Indian Srishti Jaswal have been announced winners in the 2021 top prizes...

Nigeria’s youths mark #EndSARSMemorial with 1.24 million tweets, audio talks on Twitter spaces

MULTIPLE tweets sporting the hashtags; #EndPoliceBrutality, #WeWillNeverForget, #EndSARSMemorial, #NeverAgain, #LekkiMassacre flooded the Twitter on Wednesday October 20. There were also...

NANS calls for redeployment of Ogun Police CP, accuses him of harassment

THE National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) has called for the redeployment of the Ogun State Commissioner of Police...

After ICIR investigation, Enugu community gets water

By Arinze CHIJIOKE FOUR months after an ICIR-funded investigation revealed how a N300 million water project failed to meet the...
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