The National Anti-Human Trafficking Taskforce of Liberia in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration (IOM), say all is set for the repatriation of sixteen Sierra Leonean nationals trafficked to Liberia by Qnet back to their country.

The sixteen persons, 14 males and two females were brought to Liberia in the name of processing their traveling documents for travel to Malaysia for work.

Upon their arrival in Liberia, they were picked up and carried at the Qnet office and were asked to pay US$1,200.00 to process their documents to travel to Malaysia, thereby using Liberia as a transit point.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the National Anti-Human Trafficking Taskforce of Liberia, Labour Minister Cllr. Charles H. Gibson has hailed the IOM for finalizing the repatriation process of the fourteen Sierra Leoneans with reintegration package.