Cameroon to improve combat against human trafficking
( MENAFN ) Cameroon's Minister of Social Affairs Pauline Irene Nguene on Wednesday, April 7, vowed to attack on human-trafficking rackets in addition to any administrators who may be concerned in the malpractice.
The vow was made by the minister throughout a gathering in the capital Yaounde to show a study carried out by the ministry and International Organisation for Migration (IOM) on the situation of human trafficking and smuggling of immigrants in the Central African nation.
Most of those trafficked are women, children and people living with disabilities. A lot of people have become slaves, according to the study.
Nguene declared that Cameroon will embark on an awareness campaign throughout the country to fight the increasing human trafficking.
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