The work wasn’t bad. It was so much worse. Fourteen-hour shifts. One meal a day. No education, no reprieve, no escape.
Godwin, Ebenezer and Bright Anyimornu endured these conditions for eight years when their mother couldn’t afford to take care of them and her husband refused to help raise them.
Traffickers target families like these in Ghana. In this case, they promised the mother the moon for her boys: schooling she could never afford to give them, apprenticeships that would lead to read more >