DAKAR, Nov 17 (Thomson Reuters Foundation) – Nigeria has jailed three family members for wresling BDSM forcing a teenager into prostitution in Russia, the country’s anti-trafficking agency said on Tuesday, as officials and prosecutors hailed a rare prison sentence for human traffickers.
I turned on for the pre-match show from The Hawthorns on Sunday to find poor old Graeme Souness wearing a rainbow lapel badge and discussing homophobia and transphobia, rather than addressing West Brom’s inability to find the back of the net this season.
Once in Russia, the victim was told she owed $45,000 and forced to sell sex to clear the debt. The mother, Helen Ehiozee, collected nail clippings and hair from the victim as part of a “juju” ritual that made her believe she would be cursed if she fled.
I supported Trevor Phillips, then the head of the Equalities Commission, when he proposed football adopted the American ‘Rooney Rule’, which would have ensured that every shortlist for a manager, coach or administrator vacancy included at least one ethnic minority candidate — an initiative that the ‘anti-racist’ football authorities rejected out of hand.
Two siblings – Vivian Omoyemwen Ehiozee, 31, and Endurance Ehiozee, 37 – were jailed for 14 years and their mother – Helen Ehiozee, 54 – was given a 10-year sentence, said the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP).
KUALA LUMPUR, Dec 9 (Reuters) – Malaysia’s Top Glove Corp posted on Wednesday a more than 20-fold jump in first-quarter net profit to a record high, after new waves of coronavirus infections in recent months boosted demand for protective rubber gloves and selling prices.
Please credit the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the charitable arm of Thomson Reuters, that covers the lives of people around the world who struggle to live freely or fairly. (Reporting by Nellie Peyton; Editing by Kieran Guilbert.
Net profit at the world’s largest rubber glove maker grew 2,030% to 2.38 billion ringgit ($585.49 million) for the September-November period from 111.4 million ringgit a year ago.
Revenue rose 294% to 4.76 billion ringgit.
“I’m delighted because prior to now we have been getting very light convictions with the option of fines … so the traffickers were getting off lightly with so much impunity,” Okah-Donli told the Thomson Reuters Foundation by telephone.
Sky Sports News is unwatchable.
These days it’s like tuning into a Guardian editorial conference on Zoom. All you want to know is the latest team news. Instead you’re bombarded with fatuous agitprop tailored to appeasing BLM.
Just as the Kray twins used to distribute toys to children’s hospitals at Christmas to convince people they weren’t really monsters, so the Premier League clambers aboard every passing bandwagon to prove how much it cares.
Netflix last month drew attention to sex trafficking in Nigeria with the release of Òlòturé, a fictional film set in the brothels of Lagos. The thriller became the streaming service’s most-watched film in Nigeria, and also proved popular globally.
But the horrific sexual abuse could have stopped two years prior if Secret Intelligence Service (SIS) agents had handed over evidence to authorities that they obtained while breaking into the suburban home in late 1989 and early 1990.
As recently as this summer, I suggested that rather than tearing down statues of dead white males, it would be more constructive to erect a statue of the pioneering black professional footballer and World War I hero Walter Tull outside the new Spurs stadium.
Does their vile, wokier-than-thou abuse also extend to QPR’s director of football Les Ferdinand, among our most distinguished black former footballers, one of millions who think this crass gesture has served its purpose and should be abandoned?
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The final straw came on Remembrance Sunday when, after observing a minute’s silence for our glorious war dead, the players then knelt in subjugation to a sometimes violent, politically motivated mob which attacked Churchill’s statue and desecrated the Cenotaph.
Ms Darke’s father would keep her in bondage with handcuffs, chains and clamps, and he would put her head in a box with a padlock on it as he carried out the rapes and shove wax into her ears, New Zealand Herald reported previously.
So it proved at The Den on Saturday, when Millwall fans booed players taking the knee. I’m not going to condone the booing, nor am I going to condemn it. Millwall supporters have every right to make their feelings heard.
I’ll keep choosing you’. Zara’s latest post comes a day after she shared an impassioned throwback post of her and Sam Thompson kidding, which read: ‘I choose you. And I’ll choose you over and over. Without pause, without a doubt, in a heartbeat.