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Cablegate: Nigerian Nominees for Ilea Gaborone - Vetting For

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DE RUEHUJA #1852 2821046
ZNR UUUUU ZZH
P 091046Z OCT 09
FM AMEMBASSY ABUJA
TO RUEHOR/AMEMBASSY GABORONE PRIORITY 0080
RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 7178
INFO RUEHOS/AMCONSUL LAGOS 2063

UNCLAS ABUJA 001852

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE

ILEA FOR DEPUTY DIRECTOR DARLOW LAURIE

STATE FOR AF/W, INL/C/CJ, INL/AAE AND DS/IP/AF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV SNAR PHUM KCRM ASEC EAID NI
SUBJECT: Nigerian Nominees for ILEA GABORONE - Vetting for
Anti-Trafficking in Persons Course, October 19 - 30, 2009.

REF: STATE 081579

1. (SBU) The following six Nigerian personnel from the Nigerian
Police Force and National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in
Persons and Other Related Matters are nominated for attendance for
the above referenced ILEA Training.

Name ELISHA, Taibat Oyedoyin
DOB 01 April 1967
Gender Female
Position Assistant Superintendent of Police, Anti- trafficking
Passport No A01428713
Expiry Date September 13 2014

Name PWAJOK, Magdalene James
DOB 07 November 1977
Gender Female
Position Assistant Superintendent of Police, Anti-trafficking
Passport No A01300771
Expiry Date 17 August 2014


Name NGBEKEN, Justina Iyorike
DOB 13 August 1982
Gender Female
Position Inspector, Anti-trafficking
Passport No A00729385
Expiry Date 18 November 2013

Name ESSIEN, Peter Simon
DOB 03 December 1966
Gender Male
Position Asst Chief Investigation officer
Passport No A01142550
Expiry Date 19 May 2014

Name DANTUNI, Bello Sani
DOB 14 March 1978
Gender Male
Position Investigation Officer 1
Passport No A01162161
Expiry Date 13 September 2014

Name SAKO, Bulus Nehemiah
DOB 17 January 1966
Gender Male
Position Asst Chief Investigation Officer
Passport No A01249684
Expiry Date 02 July 2014

2. (U) Embassy reports that the Department of State possesses no
credible information of gross violations of human rights on the
above individuals as of September 30, 2009. They will arrive in
Gaborone from Johannesburg on October 17, 2009 at 1215 via South
African Airways flight number SA 36. Participants will depart to
Johannesburg on October 30, 2009 at 1715 on South African Airways
Flight number SA 39.

3. (U) Economy fare from Lagos to Gaborone and return per
participant is $1917. Each participant will receive a stipend of
$30.

4. (U) Medical Clearance: All participants have been notified that
they will be required to present proof of medical insurance prior to
being given their flight tickets.

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