Nigerians stranded in the Saudi Arabia have cried out to the federal government to come to their rescue.
In a now-viral video, a yet to be identified Nigerian, wearing a Hijab and COVID-19 protective face mask, called on President Muhammadu Buhari, people in authorities in the country to help them out of the foreign country.
According to the lady in the video shared on social media by popular Nollywood actress, Toyin Abraham, the government should help her and other women stranded in the country, noting that they have regretted going to the country and now are ready to return back home.
“Good day Nigeria, some ladies that went to work in Saudi Arabia call on President Muhammadu Buhari, governors and Abike Dabiri to save us,” she cried.
“We want to come back home, we regret our actions. We regret coming down here to work from Nigeria. Please we want to come back home. We are stranded.”
“Please, the Nigerian government should contact Nigerian Embassy in Saudi Arabia to do something for us.”
Watch the video below;
I go this video from some Nigerians in Saudi Arabia. It made me cry. I am so sad right now. Please Federal Government stand up for these https://t.co/ff9zCmgpil long will Nigerians will continue to feel like we have no leader?Please evacuate our people. Nigerians should not be pic.twitter.com/Ef06XN6rXl
— TOYIN ABRAHAM (@toyin_abraham1) August 5, 2020
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