International Police operatives have rescued 64 victims of human trafficking


According to punchnews, the international police is said to have to made a significant rescue of victims of human trafficking. This is beginning to look like it is something that just might look like an impossible evil to abolish. We know about prostitutes and their line of work, we know about the different sides of sexual activities, but how do you deal with people who are not Goign to be prostitutes, but will not only talk someone into it, but they will forcefully have you do it so they can benefit from the financial gain of such an activity.

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International Police operatives have rescued 64 victims of human trafficking and people smuggling comprising Nigerians and citizens of three other African countries.

.INTERPOL said this was made possible during a coordinated operation in Mali..“The victims – mostly women and girls – were rescued from sexual exploitation forced labour in the mining sector, as well as forced begging,” the outfit stated in a report on its website on Friday..Tagged ‘Operation Horonya’ (‘freedom’ in Bambara language), the activities took place from October 3 to 11 “to support the Malian authorities to identify and dismantle the criminal groups operating in the country and more widely across the region,” Interpol noted..Police also conducted raids at known trafficking and smuggling hotspots in the country..“The nearly 70 victims identified and rescued came from Nigeria, Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali; and were working in bars, homes and mining sites,” it stated..“Among them were three young boys rescued from an illegally operated Koranic school, where they were allegedly forced to beg for money,” it added..Four suspected traffickers have been detained awaiting sentencing. Investigations are ongoing to identify additional suspects, it said.

Via: Punchnews

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