In a remarkable intelligence operation led by Deputy Superintendent of Immigration (DSI) Emmanuel Dams of Axim Sector Command, Ghana Immigration Service, 31 ECOWAS nationals suspected to be involved in commercial sex work and human trafficking were apprehended in the Ellembelle District and Nzema East Municipality of the Western Region.
This two-day operation, which began on October 14, resulted in the arrest of 28 suspected commercial sex workers, including two nursing mothers, and two suspected human trafficking collaborators. Join us as we delve into the details of this operation, including the arrest of the facility owner, Mr. Kofi Bekoe, and the two Nigerian suspects, Ndubueze Okereke and Ifeoma Okereke. We’ll also discuss the implications of their illegal entry into the country and the findings from the search conducted during the investigation.
This video sheds light on the collaborative efforts of authorities and the Ghana Immigration Service in curbing such illegal activities. Learn more about the immigration laws and their consequences, particularly for landlords and property owners.
Stay updated with this unfolding story and the future of these suspects as they remain in the custody of the Western Regional GIS Headquarters.