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A Kidney Costs $262,000; Heart, $119,000, UN Warns Africans To Be Wary Of Job Offers In Middle East

The United Nations (UN) has sounded the alarm about a thriving black market in human organs in the Middle East and warned Africans to beware of traffickers posing as employers.

The warning, posted by the United Nations on its website and seen by SaharaReporters, urges Africans to be wary of human organ harvesters posing as employers in the Middle East.

However, the name of the country in the Gulf region was not mentioned.

The UN found that black marketers paid $262,000 for a kidney, which is about 157 million nal.

The document, entitled "UN Warning," states that "a black market in human body parts is thriving in the Middle East... Read on

“Currently, one kidney costs $262,000 (CFA 131 million); a heart costs $119,000 (60 million CFA francs) and a heart costs $157,000 (79 million CFA francs).

“Beware of fake overseas agents who promise you to work abroad. They process your paperwork, pay for your airfare and just take you overseas, pretending to want to give you a job, but instead they kill their victims and recover all their precious body parts.

"Many people have been offered jobs in the Middle East and their families cannot find them," the UN warning said.

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