Weak Laws Abet Human Trafficking


International organization for migration estimates every year, thousands of East Africans are virtually imprisoned mainly in the Middle East as domestic workers.
Victims of human trafficking are promised high salaries, but the narrative changes on arrival in the middle east countries – many of them get their travel documents confiscated, denied a salary and subjected to sexual harassment.
Moses Binoga, an official attacked to anti human trafficking blames the current laws that don’t protect the people as they yearn to get employment In foreign capital.