Showing posts with label Trafficked. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Trafficked. Show all posts

Sunday, October 20, 2013

Somalian lady smuggled to the UK to have her organs hijacked , 67 Nigerian children also trafficked and others

 A girl was trafficked from Somalia to the UK to have her organs harvested, it has been revealed.
The case – believed to be the initial of its kind in Britain – was revealed in a Government report which found the number of people being smuggled to the UK has risen by more than 50 per cent previous year.
In total, 371 children were trafficked, including 95 from Vietnam, 67 from Nigeria and 25 from China, based on the review.

Friday, June 21, 2013

Prôs-titution : 200 Nigerian Girls trafficked to Russia Every Month

At least 200 Nigerian girls are trafficked every month to Russia for prôs-titution. Nigeria’s ambassador to Russia, Ambassador Asam Asam, disclosed this in an interview with the Europe Correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria, NAN, in Berlin, Germany.
Investigation has shown that the crime had declined in Western Europe following strict laws on illegal migration, and joint efforts by Nigeria and the governments of those countries to curb the menace.
But the ambassador disclosed that attention had shifted to Eastern Europe as the new destination for the trade. He said: “The major consular challenge we face in Moscow is the influx of trafficked persons from Nigeria.
Not less than 200 girls are trafficked every month, and we have so many of them exposed to danger. “Some are thrown out of the window and treated harshly. There must be a way of stopping these racketeering.

Thursday, March 21, 2013

'Sunk Nigerian Boat Was Carrying Trafficked Migrants' - Survivors

A boat that sank off the Nigerian coast with up to 166 people on board, killing at least 45, was carrying illegal immigrants being trafficked to Gabon, survivors interviewed by Reuters said on Wednesday.
Nigerian authorities were still searching for survivors from a wooden boat that sank on Friday some 40 nautical miles offshore on its way from Oron, in Cross Rivers state, to Gabon.
Vincent Aquah, director of the Cross Rivers State Emergency Management Agency (SEMA), told a news conference that a rescue operation had recovered 27 people so far.


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