Student trafficking to hit speed bump


By IAN YEE

Cheated out of his money: A Bangladeshi victim paid an agent for a degree course, but was given this offer letter for a diploma instead and he wasn’t able to attend any classes.

PUTRAJAYA: Higher Education Minister Datuk Seri Idris Jusoh is a man on a mission to take down all student trafficking colleges throughout the country.

“What these colleges and agents are doing is a sin. It’s sinful! I really feel bad for the victims,” said Idris.

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Government , R.AGE , Human trafficking , Education

   

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