Lebanese, two others arraigned for trafficking Nigerians. PHOTOS

The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), has arraigned a Lebanese and two Nigerians before a Federal High Court, Ilorin for alleged trafficking of a female Nigerian to Lebanon for exploitation.

The arraignment was a fallout of the investigation into the much publicized case of a trafficking victim whose video went viral on social media about three weeks ago and was subsequently rescued and brought back to Nigeria.

The suspects, Mohammed Wafic Hamze, 62, Adetunji Taofeek Sanusi, 34 and Tunde Awwal, 27, were slammed with a three- count charge which bothered on Human Trafficking.

About 16 victims are believed to have been trafficked to the Middle East Countries by the suspects, out of which only three have been rescued.

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