Dynamics of Trafficking in Nigerian Women and Globalization

Ogugua V.C. Ikpeze, Sylvia C. Ifemeje


Trafficking in Nigerian Women appears not to be combative.  The present globalization trends seem to fuel the unwholesome trade. The fact that every negative practice is foist on women leaves a bitter taste and memory.  It constantly props the question- when shall women especially Nigerian women be liberated? This question begs for immediate answers.  Trafficking in any person erodes the fundamental rights of such a person as to dignity of the human person and right to liberty.  The necessity to curb the menace and prevalence of trafficking in Nigerian women is a hands – on task of the government and the governed including the trafficked.  Thus in the main, the purpose of the writers of this article is to examine the currency of trafficking in Nigerian women as to the: meaning, extent and effects of Trafficking in Nigerian Women.  The strategies for solution will be suggested.

Key words: Trafficking, Nigerian Women, Dynamics, Globalization

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