NAPTIP engages stakeholders on human trafficking in Kano



The Agency the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) said it had sensitised 50 and men on the menace of in Kano.

The Director-General of NAPTIP, Mrs Imaan Suleiman-Ibrahim, disclosed this on Saturday in Kano a programme tagged “NAPTIP: Ensuring a free Nation”.

The DG, who was represented by Mr Effeh Ekrika, the Director of Administration in the agency, said the sensitisation on the dangers of , child and child labour became necessary especially in Kano.

enlightenment is the major way of curbing the menace of human trafficking particularly in the northern parts of the country.

“We need to inform them on the ills of trafficking and how it affects them in becoming modern day slaves,” she said.

Suleiman-Ibrahim restated the agency’ commitment to the sensitisation and advocacy in order to curb the menace of human trafficking.

Mr Abdullahi Babale, NAPTIP Kano Zonal Commander, said the sensitisation programme was a clarion call stakeholders to collaborate to stop the menace of human trafficking.

According to him, the programme will enlighten participants on the reality and risk of their wards out trafficking.

He advised the against out their children and wards to traffickers who lured them with promises of better life for the children.

the end of the day, they lure the children into different forms of immoral acts,” Babale added.

Fatima Muhammad, who spoke on behalf of the participants, commended the agency for organising the sensitisation and promised to pass down the knowledge gained.(NAN)