woman-in-prison A Nigerian woman, identified as Kate Igugu Agbarha-oto has been sentenced to five years imprisonment on attempt to commit crime related to human trafficking. The mother of five who pleaded guilty to the charges was said to have lured two Nigerian victims under the pretense that they would work in a restaurant, but when they got to the country they were compelled to engage in prostitution, local media reported. The victims, who arrived Ghana on March 25, however, turned down Kate’s request and reported the matter to the police at Baatsona on March 29. Police Chief Inspector Kofi Atimbire said the two victims, Blessing Obuketa and Joy Atakerameri, aged 41 and 30 were offered condoms and coerced to practice commercial sex work. The-gavel-1 The prosecutor said Kate was arrested and during investigations, 47 pieces of condoms that Kate supplied to the victims were retrieved in the victim’s room. Kate, in her caution statement, admitted committing the offence. The court, presided over by Mrs Christina Cann, convicted Kate aged 35 on her plea and sentenced her to five years imprisonment.


Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to every other like her

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to every other like her and people want her

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Every sinners must not go unpunished, this will serve as lesson for the rest that are still in that ca

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The court, presided over by Mrs Christina Cann, convicted Kate aged 35 on her plea and sentenced her to five years imprisonment.

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What a shameful act!....every sinner must not go unpurnish

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What a shameful act!....every sinner must not go unpurnish

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What a shameful act!....every sinner must not go unpurnish

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Am glad she's arrested, because how could a lady commit that nonsense crime

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The victims, who arrived Ghana on March 25, however, turned down Kate’s request and reported the matter to the police at Baatsona on March 29.

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Well when you sin you deserve punishment but I tell you not everyone are sinners

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They should be severely punished for whatever offence according to Nigerian law

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Ahh ah.. This is too bad... Thank God for the justice this with serve as lilesson to others

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The mother of five who pleaded guilty to the charges was said to have lured two Nigerian victims under the pretense that they would work in a restaurant, but when they got to the country they were compelled to engage in prostitution, local media reported.

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Justice for the victims, this will serves as lesson to her colleagues in this acts

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That serves her right. It will teach others who see crime as a way of life especially human trafficking

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You must face the music and have your day in court if you think you can go on inflecting pain to people

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Serves her right There's no shortcutting to success that doesn't have a repercussion

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Am glad she's arrested, because how could a lady commit that nonsense crime, every sinner must be punishing

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All court, presided over by Mrs Christina Cann, convicted Kate aged 35 on her plea and sentenced her to five years imprisonment

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This human traffickers are just wicked..I thank God she was caught

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That good the woman should be charged vto court and imprisoned for such attitude

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to every other like her Reply

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Am glad she's arrested, because how could a lady commit that nonsense crime, every sinner must be punishing.

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Police Chief Inspector Kofi Atimbire said the two victims Blessing Obuketa and Joy Atakerameri

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Why those Nigerian people's abroad spoiling the name of our country

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That is good to know, it Would serve as a lesson for all others

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That's very good for her she needs to be punish servely

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She should be punished severely, heartless people and they have their own family o

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how every day u are serious on me but i have been thinking of u dear and any time i see ur pic i feel like my heart is under constructed,Finding you has set my heart free. Each day it gets a little stronger and a little more willing to let you in. It gets harder and harder to fight this love I feel

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That's very bad she must be punished for her crimes and she have brought shame to her country

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Wonder what you stand to gain, selling your fellow humans,good riddance to bad rubbish

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Why are some Nigerians disgracing us internationally. It's sad but justice must be served.

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This is unbelievable. Many Nigerians fall victim of this trap because of pseudo promise of a good life outside Nigeria. May God save us.

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to eve diedry other like her and people want her

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The court, presided over by Mrs Christina Cann, convicted Kate aged 35 on her plea and sentenced her to five years imprisonment....

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If true she deserves it this is what we are trying to stop in the society

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The victims, who arrived Ghana on March 25, however, turned down Kate’s request and reported the matter to the police at Baatsona on March 29..

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Hmmm, people are just naturally wicked, anyways justice had prevailed

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Human trafficking should be looked into seriously, because it's a very pathetic crime.

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No sinner should go unpunished I think the decision of the Ghanaian Court was right

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this is a good example of her type

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Am happy for this, people like that should be properly dealt with

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No amount for justice for this justice for that will bring back the lost ones, but this will serve as lesson to her colleague

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Every sinners must not go unpunished. There must be a stop to human trafficking

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That served her right and be an example to those who still want to toil such route

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Every sinner most Nita go unpolished This is a warning to the people

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Yeah the judgement is right it will serve as lesson to people like her

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That's really bad. It's a shameful act!....every sinner must not go unpurnish

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to every othhjer like her and people want her

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Wahala oooo. Just look at the age difference between these individuals. Poverty nah bastard

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There is nothing people can do for money. But how is she able to convince this two adults

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There is nothing people can do for money. But how is she able to convince this two adults

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished, this will serve as a message to every other like her, and she will Lean a lesson.

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When will this evil stop 🤚 when will people stop using their fellow human for money 💵 making

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A woman for that matter ,she is heartless and wicked

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The mother of five who pleaded guilty to the charges was said to have lured two Nigerian victims under the pretense that they would work in a restaurant, but when they got to the country they were compelled to engage in prostitution, local media reported. Reply

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The mother of five who pleaded guilty to the charges was said to have lured two Nigerian victims under the pretense that they would work in a restaurant but when they got to the country they were compelled to engage in prostitution local media reported

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The mother of five who pleaded guilty to the charges was said to have lured two Nigerian victims under the pretense that they would work in a restaurant but when they got to the country they were compelled to engage in prostitution local media reported

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It serves as lesson to other sinners who indulge I it to make leaving

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Every sinner mustn't go unpunished this will serve as message to every other like her

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The court, presided over by Mrs Christina Cann, convicted Kate aged 35 on her plea and sentenced her to five years imprisonment. Reply

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A sinner must surely be punished. I think this will serve as warning and lesson for other people involve in things like this

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As well know in the world that human trafficking us a criminal act and need to dealt with.

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No bad act will go unpunished. Things are getting bad on a daily basis

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What a shameful act..... every sinner must not go unpunished

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