Police Arrest Two Suspects Over Trafficking

Police Arrest Two Suspects Over Trafficking

Police have arrested two people who allegedly trafficked a Ugandan woman to Oman in the Middle East, where she was gang raped and sodomised. Police spokesperson Fred Enanga said the woman was trafficked to Oman by Emmanuel Sekayiba and Jane Namusoke who operate an informal and illegal labour export network that facilitates human trafficking. Mr.

Police have arrested two people who allegedly trafficked a Ugandan woman to Oman in the Middle East, where she was gang raped and sodomised. Police spokesperson Fred Enanga said the woman was trafficked to Oman by Emmanuel Sekayiba and Jane Namusoke who operate an informal and illegal labour export network that facilitates human trafficking. Mr. Enanga said the victim alongside two others were trafficked to Oman in May 2018 through Busia , Nairobi and Dubai.

And upon arrival in Oman, their phones and passports were confiscated and the victim was immediately retained by her agent known as Mohammed. ‘The agent immediately forced her into acts of sex slavery. The office turned brothel where she was repeatedly raped by the agent and six other men. Since then she was turned into a sex object,” Mr Enanga said. Three months later the victim’s health condition deteriorated as she was subjected to otherunnatural forms of abuse.She , however , established communication with Emmanuel Sekayiba , through s Nigerian lady and expressed her desire to return home. Sekayiba allegedly instead travelled to Oman and transferred her to a second home where she was further subjectedto rape. She again accessed a mobile phone and sent a Whatsapp message to her family in Uganda.. Through various efforts she returned to Uganda on February 20 and reported a case of trafficking in peron at Kira Road Police Station. Upon examinations, she was discovered with a loose anus,”Mr Enanga said. Police said te wo suspects will appear in court to serve as a warning to all labour exporting agencies to ensure the legal civil rights of their clients are fully observed. The victim is now under the care of Ms Sophie Namutebi, aka Maama Fiina’s Fundation as she waits for justice to be delivered. “We want to inform members of the public and in particular girls and women that sexual exploitation is real. We want to thank Maama Fiina Foundation, which is observing her treatment and recovery,” Mr Enanga said.

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