The need to collaborate Against Human Trafficking and child labour, the Nigeria police within the jurisdictional zone of Lagos and Ogun in collaboration with National Agency for the prohibition of trafficking in person (NAPTIP) came into fusion as the Assistant inspector general of police, AIG Ahmed illyasu played host to the Lagos Zonal Commander of NAPTIP, Mr Daniel Atokolo yesterday.
A statement coming from the zonal police public relation officer Dsp Hauwa Idris said the visit was geared toward synergy and concerted efforts between the national agency for the prohibition of trafficking in person and the zonal police in dealing effectively with multifaceted nature of the crime of human trafficking.
Hauwa quoted the NAPTIP commander, Daniel Atokolo as saying that the visit was ensuring the sustenance of the existing synergy between the zonal police and the agency.
Hauwa said the Assistant Inspector-General of police in charge of zone two, Ahmed illyasu appreciated the thinking and reiterate the commitment and readiness of the zone to synergize and collaborate with NAPTIP in ensuring partnership towards tackling the hydra-headed menace of a crime of human trafficking, child labour, slavery and other gender offences that have become multifaceted and transnational with using the veritable tool of community policing strategy.
“Both organisations agree to sustain relationship aimed at solving those challenges”