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  • Good News! Notorious Human Trafficker ''Mama Bobo" Has Been Arrested
  • The National Agency for the Prohibition of
    Trafficking in Persons, NAPTIP, said it has
    arrested a 45-year-old woman, Rhoda Omorogie,
    alias Mama Bobo, for her alleged involvement in
    the trafficking of young girls from Benin to Europe.
    The NAPTIP Head of Press and Public Relations,
    Josiah Emerole, said in a statement on
    Wednesday in Abuja that the operatives of the
    agency in Benin Zonal Command arrested the
    suspect in an early morning operation on
    Tuesday.
    Mr. Emerole explained that Ms. Omorogie, a nurse
    by profession and an indigene of Oredo Local
    Government Area of Edo, was nabbed by the
    operatives at about 5 a.m. at her residence
    located at No. 65 Osayande St. off Upper
    Sakponda Road, Benin City.
    He said that the suspected trafficker had been in
    hiding since June 16 following the arrest of one of
    her gang members, Monday Ugbo, by NAPTIP
    operatives and rescue of three victims.
    According to him, the “notorious trafficker’’ is
    presently in NAPTIP’s custody for interrogation.
    The spokesperson stated that preliminary reports
    showed that Ms. Omorogie has over the years
    been involved in the recruitment of young women
    from Benin to other places including Europe.
    He said the report also revealed that she was
    connected to the recruitment of the three victims
    that were rescued in Benin at the weekend.
    Mr. Emerole quoted the Director-General of
    NAPTIP, Julie Oka-Donli, saying that it is
    disheartening to see women involved in the
    “disgusting trade of human beings’’.
    She however stressed the need for people to be
    more careful while dealing with traffickers.
    The News Agency of Nigeria recalls that Mr. Ugbo
    was nabbed by NAPTIP operatives at the
    weekend. The operatives also rescued three
    victims from his residence located at number 72
    Osayande St., Upper Sakponba Road, Benin City,
    Edo.
    Mr. Ugbo was arrested in the process of receiving
    a registration fee of N50,000 he had demanded
    from a prospective victim and preparing to take
    the victims to a River for oath taking.
    NAN

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