NAPTIP Rescued 15,000 Human Trafficking Victims, Prosecutes 500 Offenders

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) on Monday said it had so far rescued over 15,000 victims of human trafficking since the inception of the agency. The Director-General of the agency, Imaan Ibrahim, who revealed this during a courtesy visit on the minister of Humanitarian Affairs, Social Development and Disaster Management, Sadiya Umar Farouq in Abuja, said, the agency also investigated over 10,000 cases of human trafficking and prosecuted close to 500 perpetrators of the crime, during the period under review. The NAPTIP boss said the agency would ensure that vulnerable persons across the country were given renewed hope for a sane and secured society.

Foreigners Visas Will Be Revoked Void COVID-19 Certificate NIS

The Nigeria Immigration Service boss, Muhammed Babandede, has stated at the weekly briefing of the Presidential Task Force in Abuja yesterday (Tuesday) to revoke the visas of foreign visitors who have failed to present their COVID-19 test certificates on arrival in the country.

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