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Abdullahi Babale

April 22, 2024

Two suspects nabbed as NAPTIP receives rescued victims of human trafficking in Kano

“Out of the 51 victims, two are from Niger Republic, while others were from Kano, Katsina, Yobe and Jigawa states,” he said.

September 22, 2022

27 persons trafficked from South-West rescued in Kano

The victims were recruited from Oyo, Osun, Kogi, Ondo, Ekiti, Lagos and Ogun states.

NAPTIP Headquarters
September 6, 2022

NAPTIP, police rescued nine victims of human trafficking in Kano: Official

The victims, aged between 19 and 55 years, were being taken to Libya for labour exploitation.

NAPTIP Headquarters
June 10, 2022

NAPTIP rescues 10 Niger Republic-bound victims of human trafficking

The victims, aged between 9 and 28 years, were recruited from Kogi, Delta, Kwara, Oyo, Ondo, Lagos, Ogun and Osun states.

Victims of human trafficking
April 17, 2022

NAPTIP rescues 65 victims of human trafficking in Niger Republic

Mr Babale said that the victims were Nigerians comprising 17 males and 48 females aged between 15 and 42.

NAPTIP Headquarters
April 7, 2022

NAPTIP reunites missing boy with mother in Kano

The victim was rescued and referred to the agency by the State Security Service in Kano, to be reunited with his family.

April 5, 2022

NAPTIP rescues 36 Nigerians, 12 Ghanaians from human traffickers

The victims consisted of 36 Nigerians from Anambra, Benue, Edo, Kogi, Osun, Ondo and Rivers, and 12 Ghanaians.

Victims of human trafficking
March 12, 2022

Thirty-five victims of human trafficking intercepted in Niger Republic: NAPTIP

“The victims were on their way to Europe through the Nigerien border.”

Trafficked citizens rescued hy NAPTIP
February 28, 2022

NAPTIP receives 48 victims of human trafficking from police, immigration

A set of the rescued victims, 15 females and 12 men, were on their way to Libya, Tunisia and Europe.

NAPTIP Headquarters
February 1, 2022

Sixty-one trafficked Nigerians en route to Libya rescued

“The victims were rescued by the Nigerien police in the Niger Republic, on their way to Libya,” Mr Babale said.

Libya returnees