Ugandan Women Rescued From Prostitution In Malaysia
21 Ugandan women have been rescued from forced prostitution and torture from Malaysia.
Police in Malaysia found out that 21 Ugandan girls most of them in their twenties had been confined at four units of the Mentari court apartments. The girlrs were used for shs 170,000) per night.
Police followed reports from an online newspaper which reported that the Women had been sexually abused for the past 3 months.
It investigated into the matter through a under cover agent who got the information through a 20 year old lady he had taken out.
The rescued victims are currently being kept at the welfare home and are awaiting deportation.
The women went to Malaysia through a company which had promised to get them jobs as house maids with a heavy pay of $1,000 per month. – Ugandan News Picks