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As the Nigerian government opens its investigation into the workings of the ruthless human trafficking mafia exposed by PREMIUM TIMES, in partnership with ZAM CHRONICLE, a leading civic anti-corruption group in the country, Integrity, spoke in Abuja Tuesday, of the need to connect the investigations to the larger crime of corruption in the country of which human trafficking is a predicate offence.
“On whether the investigations would yield an outcome as “epic” as the exposé itself is another thing altogether, but one thing is sure- a young, relatively unknown, woman has made an impact, said Soji Apampa, Integrity’s chief executive, remarking that from “Tobore’s report, a vice that allows human trafficking thrive is corruption.” Read More: http://bit.ly/1aRb7DZ
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