Human trafficking: Nigerian lady cries for help as she's trapped in Oman

Human trafficking: Nigerian lady cries for help as she's trapped in Oman

- A Nigerian lady stuck in Oman has pleaded with compatriots to come to her rescue

- A video of the unidentified lady has emerged on social media in which she could be seen crying and begging for help

- According to the lady, her problem started when she asked her employer for her salary

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A video has emerged on social media in which a Nigerian lady could be seen crying and begging compatriots to come to her rescue as she is trapped in Oman.

The lady, who disclosed she is working in the Middle East country, said trouble started for her when she asked her employer for her salary.

The video, which was shared on Twitter by legendary Nigerian singer Seun Kuti, got the attention of the chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), Abike Dabiri-Erewa.

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Reacting to the video after it was retweeted by Naija Resistance Movement, Dabiri-Erewa said the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) is working on the matter.

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In other news, Dabiri-Erewa, the chairman of the NIDCOM, has said that the lady who was put up for sale on Facebook has refused to return to the country. She said the lady has secured another job in Lebanon.

Dabiri-Erewa said: “Not even the plea by her state government, Oyo state could make her change her mind as she insisted on staying back."

Recall that 31-year-old Ariowolo Olamide Temitope was offered for sale for $1,000 in Lebanon.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a Nigerian man identified as Adewale Adeniyi has inspired many people on LinkedIn with his grass to grace story.

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Adeniyi said he worked as a roadside mechanic for six months without being paid during his undergraduate years at the higher institution where he studied engineering.

He said bailing oneself out of the less privileged circle is by showcasing "uncommon knowledge", adding that one becomes irresistible by doing so.

Adeniyi shared a picture in which he was flanked by two roadside mechanics to show his humble beginning.

He said: "I like sharing this picture because it reminds me of a time I worked with roadside mechanics as a University Engineering Student for 6 months and was never paid a kobo. I felt cheated but what I learned was priceless."

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