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    Benin City districts

    Other information for those who are working against trafficking of Nigerian girls in Europe BENIN DISTRICTS QUARTERS.The Provinces. -Benin City.-The King’s Compound. -Bronzes. DISTRICTS.THE OBA’S central province was bound by the riversOYISA, OKWO, OVIA, OLUKUN, AWREHOMO, and IKPOBA. From the city through this province to six outlying districts or provinces, six great roads led, and […] More

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    Glory, a child saves me (true story)

    JANUARY – I have been exploited for nearly a year. I had to give 45.000 euros. I wanted to come to Italy to work and on the contrary, I was insulted and obliged to sell my body as a prostitute. In Nigeria, I had never seen one. The nights on the street were all ugly […] More

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    No one should be forced! (Grace, 24 years old)

    Grace was educated in Nigeria until the 10th grade after which she was sent to work to help support her family, who lived in poverty. She worked for three years at various jobs, during which time she was raped and gave birth to a son. Her father told her that as a woman, she was “predestined by […] More

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    Prevention of human trafficking in Nigeria (TIP 2019)

    The government increased efforts to prevent human trafficking. NAPTIP continued to lead national government efforts to combat trafficking. In May 2018, the new Edo state antitrafficking law codified the ESTF, a working group led by the attorney general of Edo state, to lead state-level government efforts in Edo state. The inter-ministerial committee on trafficking met […] More

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    I was hungry and you bought me

    Everything started in the Eighties. The girl slave trade for sexual exploitation was one of the many illegal activities managed by Nigerians. Then it was consolidated in the decades to follow, becoming a significant and real business, well structured and particularly profitable. Right from the beginning, Turin had been the landing stage and transit camp. […] More