Anambra police uncover sex slave camp rescue 35 girls
The Anambra State Police Command has uncovered a hotel used as a sex slave camp where young teenage girls were used as objects of satisfaction to fulfil the desires of desperate men.
A total of 35 teenage girls used as commercial sex slaves were rescued by men of the police command, with about five of the girls pregnant.
Findings revealed the girls were kept in the hotel by a certain “madam”, currently on the run, who use them as sex slaves and take all the monies they make from sleeping with numerous men.
A total of three suspects within the premises were arrested, including the assistant manager of the hotel. Also, three pump rifles and seven cartridges were recovered at the hotel.
The police spokesman, DSP Tochukwu Ikenga, while parading the girls and the suspects at the Area Command, Onitsha, on Wednesday, gave the name of the hotel as Gally Gally Hotel, located in Nkpor, near Onitsha, Anambra State.
The apprehended suspects and the rescued girls are currently at the Area Command, Onitsha, where they are being interrogated.