An anti-trafficking worker in Moscow, Kenny Kehindo, said he had helped around 40 girls to return to Nigeria, while many were still in slavery. But he isn't he had done "nothing bad" and criticised those who had posted the material online "in bad faith". Following the furore the Argentine Football Association apologised claiming they had not checked the material before authorising its use. Russian police said over 1, Nigerians who entered the country with fan IDs had not left by January 1, , the date when the IDs expired.
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