This Story Of A Male $ex Slave Will Shatter You Inside Out. Take A Look...
Before you start reading anything further, we would like to inform you that this story is based on real incidents. Each and every single event in the story is real.
Poverty in our world is a cruel reality that cannot be ignored. Tons of people thanks to their poor living condition get carried away when a bogus job opportunity comes their way in a persistent manner.
Bekunda Sunday still remembers the pride in his mom's voice when he told her he'd landed a job in Kenya.
#4 The Job
Sunday was a 24 year old tourism student studying in Kampala, Uganda. Struggling for money, he couldn't believe his luck when a stranger named Charles offered him a job in his brother's factory in Nairobi. He immediately packed his back and left for his new Job.
He along with his family thought that all their financial woos will be finally solved. He hung up on his mom and jumped into his new friend's car with another Ugandan boy his age named Sam. What happened next will tremble your soul like never before.
Keep reading ahead to see what happened next.
Couple of days later, Sunday says, he watched, trembling and wearing nothing but underpants, as a man tied Sam to a chair and asphyxiated him with a plastic bag. Sam tried to escape from that place. The visual was horrifying.
No one would try to escape from that place after looking at something as horrifying as that. He realized that he was a $ex slave now.
#2 Finally That Day
After being $tripped down and beaten up, Sunday recalls, he was locked into an individual room for three months and forced to sleep with men and women. This is just getting worse. This man can do nothing to save himself.
But then came that lucky day. He managed to escape after being told he had been sold to a man in the U.K and driven back to Uganda to get his paperwork for the trip abroad. He jumped out of the car as they were stopping for food in Kampala and went straight to the police station. It has been 2 years since and no action has been taken against the guilty.
#1 The Reality
For its part, the Ugandan National Counter Human Trafficking Task force says Sunday's case is still open, and the unit's coordinator, Moses Binoga, denies the accusations, explaining that "human traffic is a very complex crime which involves the participation of many players."
The statistics are terrible as well. For 150 reported cases of trafficking in 2013 in Uganda, 146 suspects were arrested but only four of them were convicted. And right now, there aren't any programs to help men specifically, experts say.
Sunday finally went back home. He found out his mother had passed away; meanwhile, he was diagnosed with post traumatic stress disorder and several $exually transmitted infections. His extended family, he says, begged him not to go public for fear he would shame them. But he says he's had no choice: "I owed it to the ones I left behind."
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