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Breaking: FG Repatriates 109 Victims Of Human Trafficking From Mali


In spite of the exceptionally assaulting Covid-19 crisis, Nigerians have a hold of charming news to grin at as government said it has saved and repatriated 109 survivors of human trafficking from Mali. Taking to her Twitter to declare the new turn of events, director of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa, on Tuesday, July 18, said the 109 casualties showed up Nigeria all gratitude to the collaboratives endeavors of various bodies. Dabiri expressed gratitude toward the European Union in Nigeria for paying the air flight charges of the recently repatriated Nigerians and the United Nations Migration Agency UN for viable coordination.

The NIDCOM manager likewise uncovered that the survivors of human trafficking have done their Covid-19 test which effectively came out negative. She, be that as it may, included that they have now continued to their obligatory 14-day isolation after which they will be released to their family members.

“We welcome home 109 victims of trafficking .from Mali Their Airfares were provided by the EU coordinated by @IOMatUN and CelestinFranz and our mission in Miger. “They all tested negative for Covid 19 and are now on 14-day compulsory isolation,” Dabiri said in a tweet validating the government efforts towards repatriating stranded Nigerians back home.


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