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Human traffickers go online to lure victims

By GuardianExclusive
13 June 2020   |   7:19 pm
Nigerians have been warned to steer clear of job offers across social media platforms that appear to be legitimate, as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has made human traffickers more desperate in their bid to lure would-be victims.⁣

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