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W/R: Girl, 18, rescued from sex trafficking

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An 18-year-old Nigerian girl brought into the country for sex trade has been rescued at Wasa-Nanankor in the Amenfi East district of the Western Region.

The girl, now pregnant, is believed to have slept with some 30 to 50 men since her arrival in Ghana.

Reports available to Accra100.5FM newsroom had it that the victim, Arde Blessing, was brought into the country by a lady pimp known as Madam Grace.

The report further explained that the said pimp lured Blessing into Ghana under the pretext of offering her a job.   

Blessing, since her arrival, has been living in a camp in the Nanankor Electoral area where, together with other young girls believed to have been trafficked into the country by their host, have been engaging in the sex trade.

The report maintained that the young girl and her peers have been serving the sexual needs of various men in Nanankor and its environs for between GHS20 and GHS30.

Madam Grace allegedly takes the fee.

Pius Ampong, the Assemblyman for the Nanankor Electoral Area, told Accra FM’s mid-day news that the chiefs and people have taken steps to rescue the said girls from the camp, otherwise known as ‘Ashawo’ joint in the area.

He explained that even though these girls are engaged to carry out these nefarious activities, they are hardly catered for by their host. 

He narrated that many of them are left to fend for themselves, adding that some of them are starved by their host.

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