Kenyan police officers detained on human smuggling allegations

According to reports, the imprisoned Ethiopians were on their way to South Africa to seek better living circumstances.

This discovery throws light on the widespread problem of human trafficking and the desperate methods that people adopt in pursuit of a better life.

Efforts are underway to locate and capture all persons involved, including the house’s owner and other smugglers.

The partnership of law enforcement authorities demonstrates a commitment to combating such illegal activity while also guaranteeing the safety and well-being of vulnerable migrants.

According to the UN migration agency IOM, Kenya is a major transit point for Ethiopian migrants seeking to illegally enter South Africa.

According to the organisation, the migrants, predominantly males from Ethiopia’s Oromia and SNNP areas, enter Kenya at the Moyale border crossing before continuing to Tanzania and, finally, South Africa.

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