There seems to be no safe haven anymore for human traffickers in Nigeria as the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) is set to clamp down on their activities.

Acting chairman of EFCC, Ibrahim Magu, said the commission has resolved to go after perpetrators of human trafficking to put an end to the act in the country.

“We are prepared to go after human traffickers, because we strongly believe that it is an aspect of corruption, and corruption is the greatest enemy of Nigeria,” Magu said in a statement issued by EFCC Spokesperson Wilson Uwujaren.

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“Corruption is the reason why young Nigerians are risking their lives walking through the Mediterranean up to Spain and other European countries in search of greener pasture.

“It is a very sad situation, and we must change the trend by ensuring that we join hands to fight corruption, as this is the only solution to the ills militating against our country’s development,” he said.

Meanwhile, Magu has raised an alarm that there is a plot by some people to implicate him.

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