A Delta State-based woman has been reportedly arrested and remanded in Anambra State for her alleged role in luring four university female students into prostitution in her state, Nigeria, according to reports.
Four female students were lured by the woman from Akwa Ibom State to Agbor in Delta State, after initially deceiving them with employment offers.
“They were promised job offers as sales girls in Delta by the woman but were allegedly put in a brothel and made to sleep with at least five men a day,” according to reports.
The Anambra State Commissioner for Women and Children’s Welfare, Mrs Ify Obinabo, reportedly rescued the four female students in Onitsha, from where their trafficker had camped them en route Delta.
She was arrested by the police.
She was arraigned before the Children, Sexual and Gender-Based Violence Magistrate Court in Awka, where she was denied bail and also remanded.