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Don’t let me die here, another Nigerian lady trafficked to Oman cries for help [Video]


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A Nigerian lady who claimed she was trafficked to Middle East country – Oman – has cried out for help in a new video presently making the round on the internet.

Adedeji Oluwatobi’s cry for help is coming a few weeks after a 23-year-old Nigerian lady was rescued from Lebanon where she was trafficked to after being deceived by her agents of getting a promising job as an English teacher in the country.

According to SaharaReporters, barely a week after 12 ladies trafficked from Nigeria to Lebanon cried out for help, another lady

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Oluwatobi in the viral footage said she was deceived by an agent to seek greener pastures in Oman which unknown to her she was being trafficked to the oil-rich Arab country for slavery has begged to be returned home.

Better known as ‘Mariam’, the Nigerian lady in the video obtained by SaharaReporters said she had been locked up for days with her master demanding the equivalent of N563,372 before she can be released.

She said,

“Please Nigerians, please help me out, I am trapped here.

“I was deceived by my agent and now she has blocked me, please help me. I really need your help, I am in Oman.

“I have worked for 10 months and my boss has refused to leave me, she asked me to pay 600 rial (N563,372) which I don’t have.

“Don’t let me die here, I was locked up in a room for days. I really need help.

Founder of SayNo2Slavery, an organisation that helps in returning trafficked ladies, Damilola Falodun, while speaking with SaharaReporters about Mariam, said her master had collected her phone and also refused to feed her regularly.

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Falodun said,

“She is really suffering. Aside from being locked up for three weeks, her master does not give her food regularly.

“Her phone has been collected from her and currently there is no way we reach her.

“We want the Nigerian Government to help facilitate her return to Nigeria as well as many others stranded in Oman and Lebanon.”


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See video as published by SaharaReporters: