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Concern Grows Over Suspected Child Trafficking to Libya in Ogun

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Nigerians have continued to express their reactions following the suspected case of child trafficking to Libya in Ogun state.

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SP Omolola Odutola, Police Public Relations Officer, Ogun State Command in a statement confirmed that One Abike Olonade was arrested for trafficking a 16-year-old student from Adeoye Lambo Secondary School in Obada Oko, Ogun State.

According to the PPRO, the suspect confessed that the victim had been trafficked to Libya.

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Read the reactions below collected from various Source

Ola @olamzzzz : If you scratch deep,the student guardian or parent are in collusion.

OmOLOlu @Oballolu : Ogun state is the headquarter of atrocities, human trafficking oo, ritual killings, e.t.c.

CaptainJoeDlaw @JoeDaFlightedgod: The Nigerian Govt can get her back if they wants to.. and this dirty beast shd end by hanging for trafficking an innocent girl.

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Baba Marvin @onejemaci : I reported similar case of human trafficking for self Slavery in Mali to @FeedbackOYSG @OyoPoliceNG @naptipnigeria @PoliceNG yet no response while the trafficker lady that sold the girl is walking free probably looking for more naive girls to sell. Shame!!

Tao Of Iperu, @ TaoFe…: Ahhh!!!!

Pappie @Pappie070: Jesus Christ, to Libya keh 16yrs for Christ sake.

Musa Isa: This is unbecoming! Justice should be done to the victim.

Monday Ishaya: This case should be thoroughly investigated and punish everyone involved.

Amina Yahaya: There is need for collective action to bring the end of this inhumane act. May Allah protect us.

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Aminu Muhammad: Kudos Nigeria Police, and kindly transfer the case  to NAPTIP for further investigation and prosecution.

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