Lawyer Urges NAPTIP To Relocate To Becheve Community To End ‘Money Woman’ Tradition (AUDIO)

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By Margaret John

The Lead Counsel of Basic Rights Chambers, Barrister James Ibor has advised that the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking In Persons (NAPTIP) should relocate to Becheve Community in Obanliku Local Government Area of Cross River State.

He stated this Sunday on a live radio program “The Dialogue With Agba Jalingo” on Hit 95.9 FM, Calabar, while discussing the Money Marriage practice among the Becheve people in Obanliku LGA.

Barrister Ibor further called on Rep. Legor Idagbo, member representing Obudu/Obanlikwu/Bekwara Federal Constituency in the House of Representatives, Hon. Moses Ocheche, Cross River State House of Assembly Majority Leader and member representing Obanliku to intervene and see how the practice can be stopped.

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