Nigerian lady trapped in Oman, needs N350k to return home (video)

Nigerian lady trapped in Oman, needs N350k to return home (video)

- A social media user recently shared the plight of a Nigerian woman trapped abroad

- The lady in the video revealed that she is being used as a slave in Oman

- To return home to Nigeria, she said she needed the sum of N350k

A social media user identified as Oluyemi Fasipe, recently took to the micro messaging platform Twitter, to share the plight of a Nigerian woman who is currently trapped abroad and needs the goodwill of people to aid her return to her home country.

The video shared by Fasipe showed the lady in question giving a recount of her experience in the country and how she would really like to return home.

According to the woman who disclosed that she is a nurse by profession, her journey to Oman had been inspired by the promises of greener pastures and an opportunity to earn more money.

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However, to her dismay, she ended up working as a ‘slave’ for some Arabs in the country, who made it clear that they have full control over her for the next 2 years, as that was the agreement they had with the people that facilitated her travel to the country.

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She wrapped up by calling on people to come to her aid and raise the sum of N350k for her, as this was the only condition for her freedom as given by her captors.

Watch the video below:

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Meanwhile, previously gathered the report of a viral video of an elderly Nigerian woman that was thrown out of the Nigerian embassy in Italy.

The woman had reportedly gone to the embassy to seek a process to return to Nigeria after staying in Italy for thirty years. However, the diaspora commission claimed the video had been taken out of context. ( -> We have upgraded to serve you better

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