69 Victims rescued from Human Trafficking in Kano-NAPTIP

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons and Other Related matters (NAPTIP), Kano zone, has recently stated that it has rescued at least 69 victims of human trafficking since the beginning of the year.

 Mr. Shehu Umar, the NAPTIP Zonal Commander in Kano, disclosed this in an interview with the Media in Kano on Friday.
 He said out of the 69, 32 were males, while 37 were females.
 He said the command had recorded no fewer than 32 cases including child labour, unlawful carnal knowledge, wandering in the street by minors, child abuse and illegal entry for greener pasture.

Mr. Umar said the command was able to arrest 33 suspects out of whom 23 were males, while 10 were females.
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