KUALA LUMPUR - The network of prostitution by providing a Ugandan woman uncovered in China and Malaysia. In a raid, Malaysian police managed to free at least 21 women, generally aged 20-something years, from a home confinement. They are required to work 10 hours a day for three months.
These women are placed in four apartment units at the Sun Court Apartment in Bandar Sunway. Syndicate members would persecute and raped them if it refuses to 'work'.
Each guest will be charged 300 ringgit a night to use the 'services' the women they chose. The guests generally were men of African origin. Among women who were locked, there are two people aged over 40 years, which is believed to be a member of the syndicate.
The women were now in a temporary shelter. If the questioning is completed, they will be deported back to their home country.
These women are mostly from Kampala who left after promising to work at a luxury hotel with high pay. Some went with the lure was given a scholarship to college and was employed as a domestic worker with a salary of 1,000 U.S. dollars.