Two human traffickers bag 12 years imprisonment

Two human traffickers, Terry Homuere-Smooth and Priscilla Bassey Effiong, were today, convicted and sentenced to 12 years imprisonment for promoting prostitution, by a Federal High Court, Lagos. The court presided over by Justice Oluremi Oguntoyinbo, convicted and sentenced the two human traffickers, after find them guilty to two counts charge made against them by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons(NAPTIP). They convicts were first arraigned before the court sometimes in November 2015, on charges bordering on organising, promoting foreign prosecution and exporting one Chisom a.k.a. Gold…

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Air Peace boss tasks cabin crew members on customer service

L-R: Air Peace Human Resources Manager, Mrs. Olubunmi Akano, Corporate Communications Manager, Mr. Chris Iwarah and Cabin Services Manager, Ms. Florence Opia during the 2nd Cabin Crew Fair organised by MamaJ Aviation Consult Limited at the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority Annex, Lagos on Saturday Chairman/Chief Executive Officer of Air Peace, Mr. Allen Onyema has urged cabin crew members to deepen their customer service and crisis management skills to forge a better relationship between airlines and their passengers. Onyema made the call at the 2nd Cabin Crew Fair 2018 organised by…

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Suspected yahoo boy docked for forging foreign drivers’ documents

A 33 year-old suspected yahoo boy, David Peter, was today, arraigned before an Igbosere Chief Magistrate’s Court, Lagos, for allegedly forged a foreign driving document. Peter, a resident of 19/21 Shangijimi Street, Oko-oba, Ifako-Ijaiye, Lagos, according to the men of Force Criminal Intelligence and Investigation Department (FCIID) Alagbon-Ikoyi, Lagos, allegedly forged an American driving document titled “Tennessee Commercial Driver License” which he intend to use in defrauding unsuspecting foreigners. Arraigning the suspect in court on Tuesday, the prosecutor, Barrister Morufu Animashaun, told the court that suspect was arrested upon receiving…

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