Mrs Julie Okah Donli, the Director-General of National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) lamented the poor level of funding being released for the agency by the Federal
Government. Mrs Julie also speaking on the 26 girls whose bodies were found in the Mediterranean Sea revealed that investigation is ongoing to know if the girls are victims of organs harvesting.
In an interview with SaharaTV, the DG of NAPTIP, Mrs Julie revealed that NAPTIP gets little financial assistance from the Federal Government and this hinders some of its operations. She said
this also affects victims of trafficking the agency accommodates in shelters where NAPTIP rehabilitates victims of trafficking.
The DG then disclosed that this made NAPTIP resort to seeking financial aid from international and private bodies