First Lady In Cote D’voire For Summit On Human Trafficking And Child Labour

First Lady, Mrs. Lordina Mahama has arrived in cote d’voire to a attend a summit to sign a joint declaration against cross border human trafficking and worst form of child labour with her Ivorian counterpart Mrs. Dominique Quattara.

The signing which will take place on Tuesday, September 13, 2016, is in recognition that the victims of human trafficking and the worst forms of child labour needs special attention and collaborative measures to combat the activities of traffickers.

The First Lady was received on arrival by the first lady of cote d’voire Madam Dominique Quattara.

Mrs. Mahama was welcome by enthusiastic Ghanaian residents in Abidjan who had gathered outside the presidential lounge at the airport to catching a glimpse of the first lady.

She is accompanied by the Minister for Gender, Children and Social Protection Nana Oye Lithur and Deputy Minister for Employment and Labour Relations.

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