stressed the need for government to put in more resources and commendable fiscal appropriation
to tackle the issue of human trafficking.
in Abuja to herald the 2019 World Human Trafficking Day billed for July 30.
The theme of this year’s World Human Trafficking Day is “Human Trafficking: Call Your Government to Action.”
advocacy to tackle the menace.
in line with the UN conceived theme for the year.
the 36 states of the federation to strengthen the country’s response to the scourge.
issues of human trafficking from the grassroots.
taking advantage of the peoples’ vulnerability and the lack of sufficient information.
laws that had to do with issues of human trafficking.
She called for the promulgation of other relevant laws that would aid the fight against human trafficking.
to guide against human trafficking in their domains.
According to him, religious leaders, traditional rulers and Civil Society Organisations should support the fight against the menace.
Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) is our target.
“Well managed policies, peaceful societies and justice for all are our drive.”
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