UN raises the alarm over human organ trafficking harvesting in Middle East 

The United Nations, UN has sent out warnings and has also raised alarm over the existence of a cartel of human parts harvesters across the Middle East who are on the brawl against intending emigrants across Africa to kill and harvest their parts for the sale.

According to a circular sent out to their citizens, titled. ‘Organ Trafficking’, the United Natons wrote, “The black market for parts of the human body is booming in the Middle East. A kidney now costs 262,000 dollars (131million CFA million frances); the heart costs 119,000 dollars (60 million CFA frances) and the liver costs 157,000 dollars (79 million CFA frances.
Continuing, the UN further asked people to beware of foreign agencies promising to make you work abroad. They process your papers, pay your plane tickets and just take you broad pretending they want to find you a job, but instead, they kill their victims, recover all the precious parts of their bodies.

The United Nations therefore warn that many people have been offered jobs in the Middle East and so far, their families have been unable to locate them.

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