7 Nigerian Girls Rescued From Human Traffickers At Lagos Airport

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7 Nigerian Girls Rescued From Human Traffickers At MMIA Ikeja Lagos Airport

The Nigeria Immigration Service Airport Command operatives have again intercepted 7 girls who were being trafficked to Dubai, Cairo and Oman.

The girls were stopped at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, as they made to depart the country on Emirates and Egypt Airlines.

3 of the girls were scheduled to fly to Dubai while the other 4 were billed for Cairo.

This came a few days after the service prevented nine trafficked victims from leaving for Lebanon, Cairo, Dubai and India.

The NIS spokesman, DCI Sunday James explained in a statement on Monday, that the Comptroller-General of Nigeria Immigration Service, Muhammad Babandede, has assured

Nigerians that the NIS would not relent in its effort to keep Nigerians safe.

2 thoughts on “7 Nigerian Girls Rescued From Human Traffickers At Lagos Airport

  1. Nice one. Souls saved. Despite so much information about recent related incidents, some mugun still fall for this trash. smh

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