Byline: Anas Aremeyaw Anas; 2014-03-12; enewsgh.com - Proudly Ghanaian;Article Links
"Intelligence information on the activities of the trafficking ring was first circulated by the International Police Agency, INTERPOL. After receiving the information, 5 months of extensive undercover work was undertaken by Anas Aremeyaw Anas, leading to the arrest of the traffickers. The operation was also assisted by the US and UK embassies, and the Vietnamese Embassy. Having established that these women were being hired out to clients who had the option of either spending time with them at the Jang Mi Guest House in Takoradi or taking them to another location and returning them on an agreed date and time, our undercover reporter set out to unmask the faces whose activities led to the abuse and prostitution of these girls. . . . "
Description:Anas goes undercover into the world of Vietnamese women between the ages of 29 and 38 who agreed to leave their homeland in the belief that their Chinese recruiter on a promise to get them to America. Instead, they landed on the coast of Ghana's twin city, Sekondi-Takoradi and in sexual enslavement, offering their services to other nationals.
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