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Tuesday, August 09, 2016

UN Says Nigerian Women Enter Italy For Prostitution

The United Nations’ International Organization for Migration (IOM) has said that about 3,600 Nigerian women arrived Italy by boat in the first half of 2016, almost double the figure in the same period last year.




More than 80% of these women, it said, were trafficked into prostitution in Italy and across Europe. Traffickers use migrant reception centres as holding pens for women who are then collected and forced into prostitution, the UK Guardian quoted the UN agency as saying.


“What we have seen this year is a crisis, it is absolutely unprecedented and is the most significant increase in the number of Nigerian women arriving in Italy for 10 years,” said Simona Moscarelli, an anti-trafficking expert at the IOM.
She said majority of the women were being deliberately brought in for sexual exploitation purposes. She added that the criminal gangs and trafficking networks engaging in the sexual exploitation of younger Nigerian girls had expanded.

Although a thriving a sex trafficking industry has been operating between Nigeria and Italy for over three decades, there has been a marked increase in the numbers of unaccompanied Nigerian women arriving in Italy on migrant boats from Libya, the report said.

In 2014, about 1,500 Nigerian women arrived by sea. In 2015 this figure had increased to 5,633. Moscarelli warned that the current policy of placing Nigerian women in reception centres along with thousands of other migrants was playing to the traffickers’ advantage, with women regularly going missing.

She said six girls who went missing from a reception centre in Sicily last week were just picked up in a car and driven away. Most Nigerian women who arrived in Italy are already victims of trafficking, many have been subjected to serious sexual exploitation in Libya, she said. She described their condition as worse, adding; “They are really treated like slaves.” 

They arrive Italy with debts of about £40,000 for their journey from Nigeria, which they are expected to pay back. Nigerian trafficking gangs use a toxic mix of false promises of legitimate employment and traditional “juju” ceremonies to recruit and gain psychological control over their victims.

Dailytrust


*We have plenty of them in Germany but the system doesnt favour them like Italy does....I wonder how they do it..Opening leg and collecting money.Na wah!


44 comments:

  1. They should name their state ass well, Edo/Benin




    *Larry was here*

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    1. U know nothing!! Go to benin and see dat the people been taken to italy are mostly Igbo.

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    2. Wishful thinking @ Becky Emmanuel. Keep on being in denial in the face of glaring written, video and audio evidence.

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    3. The Western world like to victimize African women and men of black skin origin. What of Brazilians, Cubans,Domenican republic that come in large masses and only work is to prostitute. They never mentioned that in their media. But because we are victims of racial abuses by these colonies hence their mouths and newspapers write racism

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    4. This is a national disgrace. Irrespective of what part of Nigeria they come from. They are a monumental disgrace to us. See how we are making headlines. Wetin sef

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    5. Edo girls flying... They even boast about it on Instagram

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  2. Anything for money.

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  3. We know that already....tell us something new

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  4. Later some idiots would say PMB does not defend Nigeria amongst committee of nations. Tell me how he can defend this menace?

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  5. Yes oo

    It is better for them to "collect" and put a fee on it....Than to collect and give free of charge


    Toto no deyy read meterπŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ƒ


    Ride on Benin girls.





    @Galore

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    1. Wise words "toto no dey read meter"

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    2. lol@ no de read meter. una no go kill person.

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  6. UP BENIN. Una dey try for this job. At least you guys are bringing back foreign investment back to Nigeria.

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  7. Benin and Edo women.

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  8. Stella dis ur end note Na wa o.some of these ladies are tricked or forced into it all in the search of greener pastures.
    Yours sdkly dazzlinglizzy

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    1. Abegy. All that tricking thing is a thing of the past. Many go into it fully aware these days. With the way the news of what they do in Italy goes viral, the ones in Nigeria are aware. Yet they embark on the journey when given the opportunity. Of course it is convenient to feign ignorance when caught na.

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  9. All in Bubu's admin.. this morning I was thinking about my life, ive not been able to get a job for abt 9months now, everyday I beg family members for money. For the first time in my life the idea of doing Runs entered my mind and I pulled out all the complimentary cards in my bag and even remembered one Alhaji dat wanted to die ontop my matter while I was in school. Jesus is lord, I cant do it.. I just cant. Praying for better days.. May God grant me the patience and strength to persevere through these hard times. Amen.

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    1. Hold on


      God will surely visit you this very month of August.


      Take note!

      9th of August 2016.



      @Galore

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    2. May the Lord hear your cry of help and send you help from above...amen

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    3. Anon na me nd u o. I was even saying I was tired of life nd called God unfair. Na me dey give beggers and needy pass,but God no dey remember me. I don't even av 1k to my name as I speak. My data,na to on am and off am. Children of God dey suffer, dos wey no believe in god dey make mad money. Na wa o na to follow unbelievers sure pass o. Feels like believing in god is a waste of time. My career is nt even moving fine. Am tired. But I won't break.

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    4. Anon na me nd u o. I was even saying I was tired of life nd called God unfair. Na me dey give beggers and needy pass,but God no dey remember me. I don't even av 1k to my name as I speak. My data,na to on am and off am. Children of God dey suffer, dos wey no believe in god dey make mad money. Na wa o na to follow unbelievers sure pass o. Feels like believing in god is a waste of time. My career is nt even moving fine. Am tired. But I won't break.

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    5. Please just hold on, God is never late. He will definitely show up for you this month. It's your month of testimonies in Jesus name, Amen!

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    6. Get her a job cos that's the JESUS she understands now.

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  10. Edo, benin or ishan or whatever they call themselves.

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  11. na my pple full there pass "Edo pple" I'm shaming for them I swear..Chisos

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  12. Italian men to like black nyansh so this "epidemic" no go ever end.

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    1. Abi honey dey for Benin girls Tohtoh? Have I been missing something all my life.

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    2. You have o my dear...so test and see that the Lord is good πŸ˜…

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  13. Italian men too like black nyansh. This "epidemic" no go ever end

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  14. Edo, Benin parents make una take am easy with the way una believe say ashawo na work, encourage your children to do other things to better their lives.

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  15. Bia UN should be very careful which one is Nigerian women? Biko call them out. Na Edo women sabi do that one. That's their profession.

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  16. una weldone jare. at least no be "toh-toh thank you" una dey do.

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  17. Benin people,ashewo no be work

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  18. Edo girls see it as nothing and their parents are not helping matters..

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  19. Na wa o. Times are hard we know but prostitution mbanu.

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  20. How girls wey genuinely marry Italian men go dey feel now? People go de think say na ashewo dem take meet them husband! Thinking aloud.

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  21. The hardship in the country is not helping matters. May God help us.

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  22. Yes ooo. I have a friend that said she wants to change he mom's car. Wonder who sent her. The guy in dating bought me an ifone6s plus. I'm even scared to bring it out where my parents are.

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  23. I served in Edo state, I remember one day I asked my SS1 class the capital of Edo, one yeye boy stood up and proudly told me Italy. The whole class hail the boi o! I no fit talk again. Na like that class end for that day. They so much believe in the Italy migration so much that if u don't have a family member in Italy, una too poor.

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  24. Maybe it's high time we stopped referring to them as victims.

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