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Child Exploitation: Jose Foundation Takes Love To Abuja IDPs Settlement

  BY  AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE In furtherance of its campaign against child labor and child sexual exploitation, Jose Foundation extended love to the settlement of the Internally Displaced Persons in Durumi, Abuja. The visit also served as a fact finding mission for its planned workshop on child sexual exploitation slated for August… Ahead of 2017 World […]

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Child Sexual Exploitation And Experts’ Solutions

By Agbo-Paul Augustine   Curbing child sexual exploitation is not so difficult in Nigeria, some say. All it requires, they insist, is mass orientation and vigilance. AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE writes on the need to use education to fight the menace of child sexual abuse in the country. The emotionally stoked 2012 South African drama, Little One, […]

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Eze, Others Collaborate On Ending Child Sexual Exploitation

To end Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria, top businessman and philanthropist, Prince Arthur Eze and other concerned Nigerians are to collaborate to lead a campaign against the menace across the federation. In a statement released by Jose Foundation (JF), yesterday in Abuja, President of JF, Prince Martins Abhulimhen, said Nigeria must act fast to […]

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Child Sexual Exploitation Will Cost Nigeria More If not Addressed – Abhulimhen

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) has become a source of worry for many in Nigeria as government struggles to tackle the rising number of abuses. In this interview with AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE, Prince Dr Martins Abhulimhen, President, Jose Foundation is of the view that culture and poverty has been exploited by some Nigerians to abuse children and […]

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Child Sexual Exploitation: Why We Want UK Experts To Share Experiences

By Agbo-Paul Augustine Jose Foundation has said that child sexual exploitation has become a notorious issue in several parts of Nigeria that needs the efforts of all to tackle and save the future of the country. Speaking exclusively to LEADERSHIP Weekend yesterday on the planned workshop on Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) in Nigeria, President, Jose […]

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Human Rights Watch Report: UK Group To Train IDPs On Sex Abuse

Worried by the overwhelming reports of child sexual abuses in Nigeria and forced sex in the camps of the Internally Displaced persons (IDP), a United Kingdom’s based child rights and social justice group, Jose Foundation is storming Nigeria for workshop to train victims of sexual abuses. According to a statement by Jose Foundation President, Prince […]

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Foundation Writes Aisha Buhari On Increased Abuse of Minors

By Agbo-Paul Augustine Jose Foundation, a non-governmental organisation has written to draw the attention of the First Lady, Mrs Aisha Buhari and other wives of top government officials to the increasing cases of abuse of minors in Nigeria. In an exclusive interview with LEADERSHIP Weekend in Abuja yesterday, president of the foundation, Prince Martins Abhulimhen […]

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UK Survivors Of Child Sexual Exploitation To Visit Nigeria, Raise Hope For IDPs, Rape Victims

By AGBO-PAUL AUGUSTINE, Abuja   To tackle the frequent cases of child sexual exploitation in Nigeria, Jose Foundation, a non-governmental organisation has engaged British expert councillor, Jayne Senior (Member of British Empire) and survivors of historic child sexual exploitation in Rotherham on a working agreement to help address the menace in the country.   According […]

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JoseFoundation CAMPAIGN AGAINST CHILD SEXUAL EXPLOITATION

On the 6th FEBRUARY, 2016 at 8 a.m. at ADARANIJO MARKET, PEDRO, while everybody else was watching LAGOS STATE MARATHON, one ALFA ABIMBOLA(60 YEARS OLD) who has a MILLING STORE was engaged in having illicit and illegal sex with RUKAYAT (12YEARS OLD) and also an ORPHAN. Rukayat stays with a kind spirited old woman (86 […]

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JoseFoundation Calls for Sex Offender Register Act

Keeping Children Safe in 2012 signed a contract with United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Nigeria to help prevent and respond to abuses, exploitation and harmful practices against children. The Nigeria’s Child Rights Act signed into law in 2013 criminalizes all forms of child abuse and exploitation of children including rape and child defilement. The act […]

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