Five remanded in prison for allegedly trafficking two girls to Libya - News Summed Up

Five remanded in prison for allegedly trafficking two girls to Libya


- Advertisement -Five persons, including two women, have been remanded in prison custody by an Oredo Magistrate’s Court for allegedly trafficking one Everlin Oghagbon and Mary Osarobo with a view to using them for prostitution abroad. The accused persons, who are facing a three-count charge of procurement for prostitution, human trafficking and illegal entry are Rasheed, 47; Oyasiri, 52; Erhahon, 50; Osarobo, 46, and Egbon, 52. They were also arraigned for “exporting” their victims to Libya for prostitution and other sexual exploitation. In his judgment, Chief Magistrate F. E. Akhere referred the case file to the Director of Public Prosecutions, DPP, for legal advice. He adjourned hearing till November 24.


Source: Libya Today October 20, 2017 08:37 UTC


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