Ugandan police has rescued more 10 Burundian victims of trafficking from Makindye in Kampala.
The victims are girls that were being trafficked to the Middle East, apparently for sexual and labour exploitation.
Charles Twiine, police spokesperson for criminal investigations directorate, told edge.ug Thursday that through intelligence, more girls were found in a rented house in Makindye.
Police has since established that the trafficker is the same Joseph Ngaruka who had trafficked the 31 Burundians.
On Tuesday, police rescued 29 Burundian girls and arrested five suspects involved in a human-trafficking racket.
The suspects will be arraigned in court to answer to charges of human trafficking.