Journalists Tasked On Reportage Of Human Trafficking, Irregular Migration


By Aderogba George

Journalists covering the human trafficking and irregular migration beat have been urged to be in-depth in reportage, and to go the extra mile in investigating and exposing the heinous crimes.

The call was made on Saturday in Abuja at the closing session of a three-day training on ethics, do’s and don’ts of human trafficking and irregular migration reporting organised for some journalists covering the beat.

The training was organised by the Action Against Trafficking in Persons Cluster (AATiP), facilitated by the Justice Development and Peace Commission (JDPC).

It had the support of the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Palladium Project, which is under the Strengthening Civic Advocacy and Local Engagement (SCALE) course.

Mr Nasiru-Muazu Isah, a Resource Person at the training, said that investigative reporting about human trafficking and irregular migration would go a long way in exposing the heinous crimes.

Isah, a former reporter…

Source: News Agency of Nigeria