A Nigerian Court Sentence Human Trafficker To 7 Years In Prison 

A Nigerian Court Sentence Human Trafficker To 7 Years In Prison

A Nigerian Court has sentenced a Human trafficker who smuggles people into Libya to 7 years in prison.

According to 218TV, the smuggler was sentenced to prison after he tried to smuggle two underage girls to Libya, according to the Nigerian website Pulse News. Information Guide Nigeria

As reported by 218TV, the smuggler pleaded guilty to two charges brought against him by the Nigerian National Agency for the Prohibition of Human Trafficking (NAPTIP).

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In addition to his sentence to seven years in prison, the smuggler will also pay a fine of one million naira for each of the two charges brought against him.

Speaking, the attorney, Abdullahi Babali, told the court that the convict had smuggled 17-year-old Chinaza Agbonachren, from Imo State and Ekime Goodnewes from Omichiol State, to Kano State

The attorney said the convict did this in preparation for their transfer to Libya and forced them to engage in prostitution with the support of his brother, who is still at large. Jamb Result

According to 218TV, the Nigeria National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has received 158 Nigerians returning from Libya last month, in coordination with the International Organization for Migration, through the Voluntary Repatriation Program.

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Idongesit Akpa-Ayang

Idongesit is a graduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo. Currently working as a news reporter at InfoGuide Nigeria.

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