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    Child slavery in modern Lagos-Nigeria II

     

    This is Mushin market. One of the largest wholesale and retail markets in Lagos. The kids in these pictures don't belong to the store owners. They are actually victims of child trafficking from neighboring Benin republic and other parts of remote Nigeria. You can see the store owners sitting down while the kids do the work.

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