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Ghana Immigration Service Arrests Nigerian Child Trafficker

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Ghana Immigration Service has arrested a Nigerian lady, Chioma Sabina Abaraonye, for teenage girls trafficking and forcing them into prostitution.

Chioma, according to reports joined the human trafficking business 5 years ago, luring young girls into the dirty trade with promises of employing them as sales girls in her multi-million mall and boutique in the Northern Regional Capital of Tamale, which obviously do not exist.Ghana Immigration Service Arrests Nigerian Child TraffickerThe victims were reportedly forced to undergo a blood ritual, ordered to pay GH¢ 8000 each to her and also given a daily target of at least GH¢100 upon arrival at Ghana. One of them who recounted her ordeal noted that she usually sleeps with ten men per night so she could meet her target, else, she wouldn’t have peace as they usually get beaten.

If not you won’t know peace. When we came, the madam and her Ghanaian accomplice called Sof took our blood, fingernails, and pubic hair. And told us that now that they have those things from us, if anyone reveals the secret, they will make the person Mad.” she related.Ghana Immigration Service Arrests Nigerian Child Trafficker

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Ghana Immigration Service had handed the case over to the necessary authorities which are reportedly doubling efforts to ensure the arrest her accomplice, Sof. Chioma defended herself, claiming she was helping the girls. “They said they wanted help, so I brought them. And because of the transport and accommodation and food so me charging them is it a big deal“, Chioma said.

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Ghana Immigration Service Arrests Nigerian Child Trafficker
The alleged trafficker, Chioma. Photos Credit: Getty

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