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Babandede Cautions Parents As NIS Stops Trafficking Of Nine Girls


The Comptroller General of Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) Muhammad Babandede MFR is calling on parents to be wary of juicy offers to their children by family members and non family members promising to take them abroad through a deceitful trip for employment, studies.

This he noted may end up in exploitation or death.

He said the NIS officials at the various entry and exit points would never permit them departure, “and if they so appear in an attempt to beat security they would continue to be arrested in our stepped-up clearance operation that is yielding positive results in the various arrests made around the borders of the country”

The comment was contained in statement signed by the National Public Relations Officer of NIS DCI Sunday James pcc.

NIS, Lagos has apprehended Nine girls who were to be trafficked.

The girls were meant to be trafficked   through the airport to Lebanon, Cairo, Dubai and India on Ethiopian, Peace, Egypt and East Airlines respectively.

Four of ladies according to NIS claimed to be traveling to take up employment without knowing their employers neither were they aware of the nature of job they were going for, a discovery made after being interrogated.

The shady journey was organized by agents aimed at exploiting their innocence and ignorance.

Two others claimed they were going for visit later confessed they were going for hustle in Dubai and the remaining said they were headed to India for Medical treatment without referrals.

When further asked the nature of sickness they said yellow fever before they finally confessed to be going for hustle in India.

Considering that the nine girls had no credible mission for embarking on the failed journey they were refused departure to save their lives and dignity.


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