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FG Seeks Greater Support In Fight Against Trafficking, To Include It In School Curriculum

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The federal government has called for the continuous support of NAPTIP partners as the agency will be included into school’s curriculum in the country to expose Nigeria students to the crime of human trafficking and enlighten them on ITS dangers. Director general national agency for the prohibition of trafficking in person, Julie Okah- Donlie made the call today during an event to showcase of the outcome of NAPTIP partnership with the international centre for migration policy development, ICMPD Blessing umoru reports Donlie as saying teachers and NAPTIP staff will be trained adequately to perform well in teaching the subject appropriately.

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