Human Trafficker arrested at Uganda's Entebbe International Airport
Border Police in Uganda have arrested a Ugandan national at Entebbe Airport who was attempting to traffic 82 young men. When questioned the young men said they had been promised jobs in war-torn Syria where they would serve as guards at an American Petroleum Company known as Chevron. Police said the 82 young men had no travel visas. The trafficker had told them they would be issued visas in Kenya through a company called Obsolete Security. Hundreds of Ugandan youth are trafficked every year to Asian and Middle East countries where they are reduced to sex and domestic slaves.