- A Nigerian lady identified as Princess Nwankwoala has appealed for help on behalf of a little girl named Favour Chinecherem Echezulam
- Princess said she had found Favour on the streets of Port Harcourt in rags and looking so unkempt with bruises on her body
- According to Princess, the girl who serves as a housemaid to her aunt has been denied access to see her family, something she urgently requires at the moment
A little girl, Favour Chinecherem Echezulam, wants people to tell her mother to locate her.
A kindhearted Nigerian lady identified as Princess Nwankwoala disclosed the kid's passionate appeal in a message exclusively sent to Legit.ng.
Favour is allegedly being maltreated by her aunt
According to Princess, she found Favour on the street of Port Harcourt wearing rags and with bruises all over her body.
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When quizzed, Favour said she hails from Ikeduru LGA in Imo state but works for her aunt as a housemaid.
Princess said Favour is not only being maltreated but was denied access to communicating with her family.
Princess' message read:
"I met a girl yesterday in Port Harcourt, her name is Favour Chinecherem Echezulam from Imo state, Ikeduru LGA. Her aunty poured pepper water on her with strokes of cane all over her body.
"They even refused her to travel to the village on Christmas to see her parents and they refused her to speak with her family. When I ask her, she said they don't allow her to follow them to church. My dear, you can see the rags as cloth she's putting on. Abeg, u people should help me post her so that any of her relatives can find her and take her back."
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Favour corroborates Princess' claims
In a video also made available to Legit.ng, Favour confirmed being maltreated.
Narrating the most recent inhumane treatment meted to her, Favour said it happened that the aunt and the family had gone to church, leaving her to do the chores.
The Imo indigene said she cleaned all the rooms and was left with her aunt's and the toilet when she suddenly fell asleep.
Her sleep was interrupted by the aunt who had returned to find her not done with the chores.
Favour said the aunt inquired why she was sleeping and was ordered to lie flat upon responding that it was because she felt tired.
According to Favour, who broke down in tears while narrating the incident, her aunt tied her hands.
After which, the aunt poured pepper into her eyes and but*tocks. This made the little girl scream and run out of the house in pain.
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Lady once maltreated by the police makes it in the US
Meanwhile, Legit.ng previously reported that a young lady who was once reportedly maltreated by the police had succeeded in the US.
More than a decade after the maltreatment, the lady is now working as an intern with an African American elected judge, Baker-Carper, presiding over a juvenile delinquency division.
She wrote in a social media post:
“I went from standing in front of a judge as a juvenile to sitting beside Judge Baker-Carper. God has a way of letting things happen the way they did to guide me to where I need to be.
"This post is for motivational purposes, don’t let anyone or any system try to box you in. Stand up for yourself, even if that means standing alone.”