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Another batch of Nigerians trafficked to Lebanon arrive in Abuja

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Another batch of young Nigerian girls trafficked to Lebanon have arrived at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja.

Mr Bitrus Samuel, the Head of NEMA Abuja Operation Office, disclosed this to newsmen on Monday, NAN reports.

He said that the girls, 71 0f them were the second batch out of the 150 Nigerian girls who were trafficked to Lebanon in search of greener pastures.

Samuel said that the latest victims would be going from the airport to the hotel where the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) would profile their records.

”The agency would quarantine the girls as a precaution against coronavirus pandemic,” he said.

Recall that about thirty Nigerian girls stranded in Lebanon had days ago begged the Nigerian government to release them.

One of the victims, Miss Adebisi Comfort-Oluwatoyin lamented about the inhuman treatment by their mistresses and hosts in Lebanon.

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