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Another Nigerian Woman Rescued From Lebanon Slavery

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Another Nigerian woman, Gloria Bright have reunited without her family after she was allegedly trafficked to Lebanon where she was a house help.

Naija News Understands that Ms. Bright’s case comes barely a week after a young Nigerian lady Omolola Ajayi, who was trafficked to Lebanon, regained her freedom.

This online news platform also understands that the mother of two, who left the shores of Nigeria in October 2019 through a travel agency, had signed up a two-year work agreement in Lebanon. But contrary to the agreement to be engaged to teach the English language, on arrival, she was turned to a house help and also not paid.

however, She was reunited with her family at the Kwara state command of the Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps, Ilorin.

The representative of the travel agent, however, debunked this saying, she signed to be a house help in Lebanon.

When she got to Lebanon, we kept in touch with her, she was in communication with us, the agency and that she was happy that everything is going fine and the family she was working for are fine.

“I was shocked to hear her say that she was asked to go over there to teach and in Lebanon, their lingua franca is French and Arabic, so I wouldn’t know why we would recruit her for the purpose of teaching.”

 

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