Home / E GIST / 28-year-old sentenced for trafficking 30 Nigerian women to Libya

28-year-old sentenced for trafficking 30 Nigerian women to Libya

A Federal Excessive Courtroom in Kano, has sentenced a 28-year-old man, Abubakar Suleiman, to 2 years imprisonment for trafficking 30 girls to Libya.

The Nationwide Company for the Prohibition In Individuals (NAPTIP), charged Suleiman, who resides in Kadawa Miltara Quarters of Ungogo Native Authorities Space of Kano, with one rely of trafficking in individuals.

Earlier, the prosecution counsel, Mr Abdullahi Babale narrated to the court docket that the convict on Feb.10, conspired with one Salele (a Nigerien) now at massive, and transferred 30 girl from Edo and Lagos State to Niger Republic by way of Babura border in Jigawa, enroute Libya, NAN studies.

Court revokes possession of 500 houses in Ogun
🎴Also Read ▶️

He stated that the convict deducted N5,000 from every of the ladies from the N50,000 paid per individual from the sponsors in Libya and Niger Republic as fee.

In accordance with the prosecutor, the offence contravened the provisions of Part 13(2)(c) of the Trafficking in Individuals(Prohibition) Enforcement and Administration Act 2015.

Babale tendered the defendant’s assertion and one of many victims assertion as exhibit and urged the court docket to condemn the defendant in response to part 356 (2) of the Administration of Legal Justice Act 2015.

Reps consider bill to allow states determine minimum wage
🎴Also Read ▶️

The defence Counsel, M.B. Isa, pleaded for leniency on behalf of his shopper as a primary time offender.

“The defendant is married and has 5 youngsters. We pray the court docket to mood justice with mercy in response to part 416 (2) of ACJL 2015,” he stated.

In ruling, Justice Sa’adatu Ibrahim-Mark, sentenced the convict with out an possibility of effective.

Ibrahim-Mark directed the convict to pay N250,000 in compensation.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *