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Employer Of Nigerian Sold Into Slavery Arrested By Lebanese Police


The Lebanese police have captured the associated dealer with a 23-year-old Nigerian instructor, Omolola Ajayi, who was held prisoner in the Arab nation by her boss, Youssef Maurwan. 

It was additionally discovered that Maurwan had been arrested and would be indicted for human dealing and oppression by the Lebanese specialists. 

A source in the Nigerians in the Diaspora Commission told our journalist in Abuja on Wednesday that Maurwan would be made to pay for Ajayi's arrival ticket just as return her identification which he had seized. 

It was found out that the single parent, who was protected on Monday, is still with the Nigerian Ambassador to Lebanon, Goni Bura, in Beirut. 

The NIDCOM official expressed, "Maurwan is in the guardianship of the Lebanese police and is being examined. He has been requested to restore Ajayi's identification which he took advantage of her appearance in Lebanon. He will likewise be made to give her arrival pass to Nigeria. No date has been fixed for her arrival." 

In any case, representative for the commission, Abdul-Rahman Balogun, said he couldn't affirm the most recent advancements. 

In a viral video via web-based networking media a week ago, Ajayi portrayed her experience on account of her lord in Lebanon. 

Portraying her predicament in Yoruba, the Osun State indigene mourned that her manager made life hopeless for her since she landed in Lebanon. 

She said a family companion connected her up with a specialist who took her to Lebanon with a guarantee to find her a showing line of work there, however as opposed to being extended to a showing employment lucky break, her identification was taken advantage of while her managers supposedly endeavored to assault her. 

She expressed, "In the event that I am wiped out, they won't take me to clinic. They will just give me drugs. Half of the individuals we came here together have passed on. I would prefer not to pass on here. I need assistance to get back. 

"The individual I live with needs to assault me however I have been opposing him. He gathered my telephone and said he would not give me the telephone until I acknowledge to have intercourse with him. It is the point at which he dozes or goes out that I figure out how to accept calls where he keeps the telephone." 

Ajayi said the circumstance turned out to be more regrettable when she called her specialist to get her out of imprisonment yet the man disclosed to her he had paid for her life. 

Following examinations concerning the episode, three suspects including two Nigerians and a Lebanese were captured by the Nigeria Security and Civil Defense Corps in Ilorin.

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