6 girls saved from prostitution ring in Namibia

SIX teenage girls and a boy aged between 13 and 19 years of Senanga district have been rescued from Namibia, where they were allegedly trafficked to for work as prostitutes and domestic workers.
Senanga District Commissioner Vivian Mubukwanu confirmed in an interview that the young people were taken to Namibia by an unidentified man early this year on the pretext of offering them decent jobs.
The trafficker’s whereabouts are not known.
Mr Mubukwanu said the teenagers were rescued after the Zambia Police tipped their counterparts in Namibia.
He said the victims have since returned to Senanga, where they were received by the district administration and

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