Eleven Nigerians arrested for trafficking Nigerian women to Italy and forcing them into prostitution
Eleven Nigerians, eight ladies, and three men were arrested in Turin, Italy on Friday for supposedly tricking Nigerian ladies to Italy with the guarantee of a better life and after that constraining them into prostitution to pay back the 25,000 euro a head obligation they had contracted.
The young ladies were exposed to voodoo rituals before intersection the desert to Libya and the ocean to the island of Lampedusa and being moved to transient gathering focuses where the pack lifted them up, police said.
Nigerian adolescents and young ladies selling sex is a typical sight for drivers in Italy, Ansa English reports.
Working along roadsides and secondary highways in urban communities of all shapes and sizes, they are a reminder that while Italy has been effective in checking migration from Libya, it has to a great extent neglected to help a fraction of the migrants trafficked as sex slaves.