Man Suspects Chinese National Trafficking Nigerian Minors at Kano Airport

Abubakar Hidima, a Twitter user had detailed how a Chinese national alongside other man “trafficked” two underage girls through Aminu Kano International Airport to Lagos State.

According to him, the foreigner and the man looked suspicious because the girls in their company are about 13 years of age.

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Subsequently, he called the attention of security operatives in the airport, whom he said were unbothered about the situation.

He tweeted: “Today, at Aminu Kano International Airport & I came across a situation. A Chinese national was in the company of two teenagers (not older than 13 years) & they were boarding to Lagos. To my surprise, NOBODY in the Airport seems to bother.

“I felt uncomfortable with the whole thing, having heard a lot about how girls are being trafficked & I went to the Airport Security to make my observations. The man & two teenagers have already been checked in. I insisted that the security there should check what was going on.

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“The way they were unbothered was worrisome & I threatened that I will report them if they refuse to take action. A lady there checked & the guy said the girls’ there had their brother working for him in Lagos & he is taking the girls to join the brother to work for him.

“This still doesn’t hold water & I insisted that they liaise with the Airport Security in Lagos to keep the girls & ask the brother to come pick them instead of allowing them go with the Chinese guy.

“This is the flight in question & I hope you’d follow this and similar cases up.”

As of press time, When WikkiTimes contacted the user, he wasn’t available to respond. 

Also, a text message sent to the airport had not been responded to at press time.

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