Immigration Samoa in dark on alleged human trafficking case

New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern reacts at a press conference when she spoke about murdered British tourist Grace Millane during her weekly post-Cabinet press conference IN Wellington, New Zealand, Monday, Dec. 10, 2018. Ardern made an emotional apology to the family of a 22-year-old British tourist who police say was murdered. Ardern spoke about the nation's reaction to the case several hours after the man that police accuse of killing Grace Millane made his first appearance in court. (Mark Mitchell/New Zealand Heralds via AP)

APIA, 19 DECEMBER 2018 (SAMOA OBSERVER) – Samoa Immigration has never heard of the Samoan national being charged and arrested for slavery and human trafficking in New Zealand. This is according to the Assistant CEO of Immigration, Siaopo Pese. Contacted for a comment, he said he was unaware of the case involving Viliamu Samu, 64, […]

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