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However, to the credit of Nigerian government, officials have taken some initiative to address human trafficking in past years.
Increased law enforcement, convicting traffickers, and an implementation of provisions that specializes anti-trafficking training for officials has shown a modest increase in Nigeria’s effort to combat slavery.
The validity of such illicit behavior is evident in the removal of Lamido Sanusi, Nigeria’s former central bank governor.
It is no coincidence that President Goodluck Jonathan recently dismissed Sanusi after the governor repeatedly charged that roughly billion dollars in oil revenue went missing over an 18 month period.
Fitzpatrick suggests educating impoverished and marginalized communities about the threat of human trafficking will help, in his words, “slavery-proof” entire communities.Boko Haram’s recent kidnapping of schoolgirls from the state of Borno in Nigeria, has brutishly underscored the most basic violation of human rights—human trafficking.The kidnapping has awakened the global public to the fact that slavery still exists.Over 70 percent of Nigerians live on less than one dollar per day, and traffickers use this to dangle false promises of employment and vocational training in front of girls to entice them into the arms of traffickers.Unfortunately, some parents are so desperate for alternative means of survival, that they actually encourage their children into the trade.