Many Cameroonians were shocked last Sunday when Survivors of Sex Trafficking rescued from Kuwait and Lebanon gave their testimonies on the national Radio’s most selling magazine program Cameroon Calling.

GLOWA and other activist are calling on government to intervene and put a stop to the recruitment of Cameroonian youths by agents of trafficking networks in the Middle East.

Survivors are said to have compelling images of stubborn compatriots (those who complained after labour and sex exploitation) shot dead by the slave master.

This revelations are still making headline news on commercial radio and household conversations in Cameroon.

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