Dabiri-Erewa said that no less than 41 young ladies going between 16 – 28 years have willfully come back to Nigeria from Mali subsequently of coordinated effort between the Nigerian Embassy and the Malian experts tied down on common understanding. She required the training of kids against setting out on treks to spots they are not acquainted with; focusing on that young ladies who are trafficked for sex trusted that they were going abroad to take part in professional employments.
She said: “Now on the issue of human trafficking, 41 girls have voluntarily returned to Nigeria from Mali.
“President Buhari has charged us to bring back all these girls trafficked for sex. “The Nigerian Embassy in Bamako leveraged on the NAF Charlie-130 Hercules aircraft to airlift these girls that were victims of human trafficking.
“The successful repatriation of the girls was as a result of collaboration between the Nigerian Embassy and the Malian authorities anchored on mutual agreement.
“We need to educate our children especially the ladies not to go to where they don’t know.”
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