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Governor Ajimobi’s wife, group seek end to human trafficking

The Oyo State Government has frowned at the rising rate of human trafficking in the country, calling it ‘modern day slavery’.

Governor Ajimobi’s wife, groups seek end to human trafficking

Determined to curb illicit trafficking of Nigerians across national and international borders, a non-governmental organisation, the Live Abundantly Empowerment Initiative (LAEI), in collaboration with the Oyo State Government, has held a sensitisation programme to educate citizens in the state of the inhuman treatment victims of human trafficking encounter.

Lagos govt tasks teachers on efficiency, quality education

The Lagos State Deputy Governor, Dr Idiat Adebule, has urged teachers in the state to improve on their teaching skills so that they could impact quality knowledge on their pupils.

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