Correspondent Jenny Kleeman and producer James Jones reveal how human
traffickers are using black magic to trap Nigerian women into a life of
prostitution in Europe.
The women are made to swear an oath of loyalty to their traffickers in a
ritual that they believe gives a Juju priest power over a part of their
soul and also compels them to pay back extortionate sums of money.
Kleeman talks to the women involved where they work beside the
condom-strewn highways of Italy and in Nigeria, and meets the Juju
priests and the men responsible for their trafficking.
'Shocking…fine journalism and a call for immediate action' - The Observer
'It makes you want to weep with horror and frustration.' - The Guardian
'A wretched story, well told.' - The Telegraph
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