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Nigeria’s Federal Road Safety Corps intercept child trafficker

By OakTV
07 September 2017   |   10:58 am
Federal Road Safety Corps intercepted Black Toyota Sienna with plate number GDD252YD, overloaded with 14 (Under-aged) children suspected of child trafficking. The case has been handed over to police for further investigation.

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