A Thirty-five (35) year-old teacher identified as Ibrahim Mohammed has been arrested by operatives of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) for allegedly sodomising two of his underage students.
This was coming as the command said it has also arrested one suspected human trafficker and rescued six victims. The NAPTIP Zonal Commander in Kano, Shehu Umar confirmed this while speaking with newsmen on Friday. Umar said the command on a tip-off arrested Mohammed for turning his students to sex-machine.
“The offence is punishable to NAPTIP Act.
“Similarly, the NAPTIP Joint Board Task Force (JBTF) received intelligence information on the movement of some victims and human trafficking suspect.
“Upon receiving information, the command carried out the operation on August 23rd, raided New Paradise Hotel in Sabon Gari Kano, which led to the arrest of the suspect, one at large and rescued the six victims.
“The victims were lodged at the said hotel, from where they will be moved out of Kano for Libya for greener pasture.
“The victims are from Ogun, Oyo, Imo and Abia State.
“The offence, external trafficking, is contrary to section 15(b) of NAPTIP Act,” Umar however said.