Tonto Dikeh as Ambassador for NAPTIP

Nollywood actress, Tonto Dikeh was honored on Friday in Abuja as the new ambassador to the National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) on human trafficking.In a statement by Director- General of NAPTIP,  Mrs. Julie Okah-Donli,

“Tonto is the first Nollywood actress to partner with us in fighting the scourge of human trafficking, and automatically, is named an Ambassador for NAPTIP.

“There are many areas we can work together using her popularity as an actress and role model to many young people.’’

“She has fans and followers, especially on her social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, and of course she can talk about NAPTIP on such platforms.

“She is known for the free skills acquisition and an empowerment programme she offers, especially young women, through her foundation, and that is line with our objectives as well,’’ Mrs Okah-Donli said.

“Other Nollywood actresses and celebrities should know that this is the right part to tow towards building a better and proud nation for all,’’ she said.

Tonto Dikeh becomes NAPTIP ambassador (Photos)

While Tonto said: “As an Ambassador of NAPTIP; I intend to do a radical campaign against human trafficking across Nigeria, as far as I can go.

“I have always been inspired to do this because human trafficking is a huge national problem that should not be left for government alone.

“My passion has always been to speak against it in my little capacity, and I just found the right platform which is NAPTIP.

“I do believe that God raised celebrities to be agents of positive change in societies because they have fans and a lot of people who follow them,” she said.

“We want to see our education and economy get better; we want to see our youths finished school and get Jobs.’

Tonto Dikeh becomes NAPTIP ambassador (Photos)
Tonto Dikeh becomes NAPTIP ambassador (Photos)
Tonto Dikeh becomes NAPTIP ambassador (Photos)

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