Nigeria news : 23 Nigerians rescued from slave camp in Burkina Faso




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Nigeria news : 23 Nigerians rescued from slave camp in Burkina Faso

Nigeria News: The Katsina State Government has actually saved 23 targets of human trafficking, that were pushed into enslavement in Burkina Faso. The state Governor, Alhaji Aminu Masari, obtained the sufferers on Tuesday evening in Katsina, after state federal government

authorities left them back residence from Burkina Faso, NAN reports He clarified that the sufferers were drawn by a representative that guaranteed them rewarding work abroad, however, wound up marketing them as servants.

“The interest of the state-federal government was attracted to the predicament of the sufferers via a letter by the Nigerian Ambassador to Burkina Faso, Mrs Ramatu Mohammed concerning their existence because of the nation.

“Immediately we got the letter, we dispatched our authorities to Burkina Faso to save the sufferers,” he claimed.

Previously, the Special Adviser to the Governor on Narcotics, Alhaji Hamza Borodo, that led state authorities to Burkina Faso, stated 23 individuals were restored while 2 others rejected ahead back.

“We, later on, comprehend that both individuals were the representatives of one Usman Wagini, that took them there as well as marketed them to a company female,” he claimed.

Among the sufferers, Usman Suleiman, claimed that Wagini most likely to their towns in Kankara Local Government Area as well as enticed them with a guarantee of great work abroad.

He stated that they were very first required to Lagos and also later on Cotonou in Togo where a company lady acquired them and also place them right into contemporary enslavement.

Suleiman claimed that it took them occasionally to recognize that they have actually dropped targets of human trafficking.

“We underwent various challenges as well as there was no sufficient food to consume or water to consume.

“Whenever any person people are ill, he is delegated mommy fate to deal with him,” he stated.

The sufferer claimed that they were compelled by the requirement to search for the neighborhood Hausa Chief in Burkina Faso, which called Nigeria’s Ambassador there over their circumstances.

“We give thanks to God that Gov. Masari aided and also saved us from that nation.”

Nigeria news : 23 Nigerians rescued from slave camp in Burkina Faso




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