Assurances of high-paying jobs and promises of a better life beyond the shores of Nigeria have left many stranded or being used as sex slaves in other countries.
These are some the reasons the Dise Ogbise Foundation and “The Girl-Child Bureau” in Bayelsa embarked on an awareness campaign and road walk in Yenagoa to end the social malady.
A 2018 report of the Global Slavery Index ranks Nigeria as 32 out of 167 countries with the highest number of slaves in terms of human trafficking.
Just as the National Agency For The Prohibition Of Trafficking In Persons is working to end trafficking at the Federal level, the Dise Ogbise
Foundation and the Girl-Child bureau are campaigning against the Social malady in Bayelsa.
Participant at the sensitisation and awareness walk counsel parents and the youth against the unbridled quest for a better life beyond the shores of
The recent scourge of irregular migration has highlighted Nigeria as a country with a growing population confronted with the lack of jobs for its