Sola Babatunde: Nigerian lady warns people against travelling to Libya
- A Nigerian lady identified as Sola Babatunde says she was abandoned in Libya by her boyfriend because she refused him sex
- The young lady, who shared her experience with Legit TV, said she returned to Nigeria in 2018
- According to her, she plans to establish her own business in the country once she's financially stable
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A Nigerian lady identified as Sola Babatunde has shared the terrible experience she had in Libya.
Speaking with Legit TV, the 28-year-old lady said she was abandoned by her boyfriend because she refused to sleep with him.
According to Sola, she was taken to Libya by road and employed as a maid. She said she was asked to pay back the N500,000 travel expenses, adding that she paid the money for one and the half years.
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The lady said her boyfriend who abandoned her is currently in Italy with his wife and kids.
In her words:
"I was collecting N50,000 per month as a house maid in Libya. There was no opportunity for me to further more when I finished my secondary education in 2013."
She said she was learning tailoring before travelling to Libya, adding that she returned went back to it when she returned from the North African country.
Sola warned Nigerians against travelling to Libya, saying people are being sold over there.
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In a similar news, a 24-year-old Nigerian lady identified as Omolara Akintayo said she regrets travelling to Libya in search of greener pastures.
In a video interview with Legit TV, the young lady said she travelled to Libya in search of greener pastures because her parents were languishing in poverty.
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Omolara narrated the ordeal she went through on her way to Libya, saying she spent 14 days to get to the North African country.
According to her, while they were in the desert, some people lost their lives and others were forced to drink water mixed with faeces as there was no clean water and food.
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