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Saturday, December 02, 2017

There is a Whistleblower Policy For Human Trafficking In Nigeria'

Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has called on Nigerians to report human traffickers in the society as the Federal government&# ... 




“NEMA, my office, IOM told Nigerians that avoid Libya, it is deadly, it is dangerous, don’t go there. Also on the news, you have cases of Nigerians being brought back from Libya on a regular basis. So Nigeria has been bringing back its citizens from Libya,” she said. “Traffickers must be prosecuted, must be arrested and they must be known.


There is a whistle-blower policy by NAPTIP; report traffickers, they are amongst you' According to her, the recent slave trade business happening in Libya would not have affected Nigerians if those caught up in it had listened to the advise the Federal government not to travel to that country because of the dangers involved.


According to her, her office, NEMA, IOM and other agencies have warned against illegal migration through Libya.


Senior Special Assistant to President Buhari on Foreign and Diaspora Affairs, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, has called on Nigerians to report human traffickers in the society as the Federal government's whistleblower policy against Human trafficking will ensure that those that give credible information about human traffickers are handsomely rewarded. Dabiri-Erewasaid this while reacting to the libya slave trade business.


Speaking to Channels TV, Dabiri-Erewa said She promised that the Buhari government is working to ensure more youths are gainfully engaged to avoid dangerous expeditions in search of greener pastures.


Speaking further, she said “You can imagine the dangerous journey. Walking about 3,000 kilometers that’s flying for about three hours if you are going to Europe. This might be attributed to poverty.


Yes, the government must do the needful by creating enabling environment and jobs but it goes beyond that. What do you say of a mother who sells her land and pays off $4,000 for her daughter to go to Europe? We should look at the family value and the systems. For every person who goes on that journey, a trafficker is being empowered, a trafficker is getting richer,” she said


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6 comments:

  1. whistle blower ko,blow dry ni... report becos it is the right thing to do...but if anyone is xpecting a reward,sorry is ur name..

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  2. Greedy parents and children.

    Why put your children and families to tears all in the name of abroad.

    9mobile God go punish una for not making me comment at all. Have been trying since

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  3. People are leaving the country because of unemployment, hunger and hopelessness.

    People are seriously hungry in a country of abundance.

    When is Buhari starting to pay the 5000 naira and the free food in schools?


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  4. I know some Nigerians are in abject poverty but come on, with all this awareness going on, please advice yourself and your loved ones, these ones talking made it out alive, several others didn't and didn't die good deaths at all....kidnapping, torturing, constant raping and even killing to sell organs.... Nigerians, advise yourselves accordingly.

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