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Birthed in Integrity, the Enduring Legacy of Captain ‘Hosa

By Sufuyan Ojeifo Forbes’ “Best of Africa” award conferred on business mogul, chairman and director of many topnotch companies, including Ocean Marine Solution Limited (OMSL), Captain Idahosa Wells Okunbo (Capt. 'Hosa, for short) on Friday, September 11, 2020, was very inspirational. It has compelled an obligatory task of reviewing his fascinating

NAPTIP Names Capt. Hosa Okunbo as Anti-Human Trafficking Hero

•Commends his formidable partnership Jude Johnson  The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) has singled out Benin-born billionaire businessman, Captain Hosa Okunbo, for recognition as its anti-human trafficking hero on the occasion of the 2020 World Day Against Human Trafficking. In a citation uploaded in the Agency’s website

CLEEN Foundation, UN Partner to Prevent Forced Trafficking of Women and Girls in Nigeria

Jude Johnson One of the top Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) in Nigeria, CLEEN Foundation, has launched a novel project aimed to stop forced migration and trafficking of women and girls in Nigeria. Titled: ‘Preventing forced migration and trafficking of women and girls in Nigeria: Build resilience, promote sustainable development', CLEEN will be

NAPTIP Investigating 40 Rape Cases Across Nigeria–Okah-Donli

•Over 400 persons prosecuted for human trafficking Jude Johnson The Director-General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Ms. Julie Okah-Donli, has disclosed that about 40 cases involving domestic and sexual violence, sexual abuse of minors, rape, incest, and sodomy, are presently under investigation. Okah-Donli

Human Trafficking Day: NAPTIP rescues 14,000 victims in 16 years

The Director-General of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP), Julie Okah-Donli, on Tuesday said the agency has since inception in 2003, secured 403 convictions, with over 14,000 victims rescued, rehabilitated and reintegrated back into their various communities. Ms Okah-Donli said this at a lecture organised by

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