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Wednesday, November 08, 2017

Two Men Arrested Over The Death Of 26 Nigerians

Two men have been arrested and charged in Italy as investigators look into the deaths of 26 Nigerian women and girls, who are suspected to have been murdered while attempting to cross the Mediterranean.




The bodies were recovered by Cantabria, which works as part of the EU’s Sophia anti-trafficking operation, from two separate shipwrecks – 23 from one and three from the other. Fifty-three people are believed to be missing.


The men arrested have been named as Al Mabrouc Wisam Harar, from Libya, and Egyptian Mohamed Ali Al Bouzid.


The pair are believed to have skippered one of the boats. They were identified by survivors who were among the 375 brought to Salerno by Cantabria. The two men are accused of organising and trafficking at least 150 people on the two sunken boats, but prosecutors have not made a direct link between the two men and the women’s deaths, said Rosa Maria Falasca, chief of staff at Salerno’s prefecture.


The prefect of Salerno, Salvatore Malfi, told the Italian press that the women had been travelling alongside men and when the vessels sank, “unfortunately, the women suffered the worst of it”.


But in response to concerns that the women were being trafficked for the sex trade, he added: “Sex trafficking routes are different, with different dynamics used. Loading women on to a boat is too risky for the traffickers, as they could risk losing all of their ‘goods’ – as they like to call them – in one fell swoop.”


Autopsies on the bodies should be completed over the next week

From The Guardian

8 comments:

  1. hmmmmmm really painful on our women.

    Those men are just savage. May the women's death become a bigger problem to them and their families Amen

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  2. Wickedness all over the world

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  3. Yey!I can now comment in peace!

    Our village people una father!Lol

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  4. May their souls rest in peace

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  5. reminds me of jonah and the fish...they had to be sacrificed to save their goods???
    my heart just bleeds. only God can judge.

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  6. May their souls rest in peace

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