Immigration Arrests Drug Trafficker With 10 Suspected Kidnapping Victims In Katsina

Immigration Arrests Drug Trafficker With 10 Suspected Kidnapping Victims In Katsina

By News Desk | The Trent on November 3, 2014
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FILE: Nigerian Immigration Service Officers on parade

NAN – The Katsina State Immigration Command says it has arrested 10 suspected victims of human trafficking and the trafficker at the Kongolam border in the state.

The Comptroller of Immigration in the state, Mr. Emmanuel Ogbumuo, made the disclosure on Monday, November 3, 2014 in Katsina while briefing newsmen.

Ogbumuo said the victims were arrested in a bus with number plate XC 997 APP.

“Our eagle-eyed patrol officers arrested them at about 5am at the Kongolam border in Katsina State,” he added.

He said all the suspected victims and the trafficker were found lying or sitting on the floor of the vehicle as it had no seat.

He gave the name of the trafficker as Mohammed Usman, who was arrested while conveying his victims to Niger Republic.

“The victims are between the ages of 24 and 45 and are all Nigerian citizens. Four of the victims are from Edo; four from Delta; and two from Ogun,” he said.

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