Meet the young Nigerian lady arrested wrongly for the possession of hard drugs by Saudis, the young Nigerian lady who goes by the name Zainab Aliyu, after her release at Saudi Arabia where she was wrongly arrested, has recently achieved that, which is expected of most Nigerian University graduates.
A stunning looking Zainab Aliyu, upon her passing out as an ex corps member, was revealed by the Chairman and CEO of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM), person of Abike Dabiri-Erewa.
It was reported that, Zainab Aliyu, was wrongly arrested and jailed in Saudi Arabia last year, by the Saudis for possession of hard drugs, the presence of hard drugs she was not aware of, thankfully, she was vindicated by the intervention of the M. Buhari's government.
Zainab Aliyu, has just completed her National Youth Service Corps (NYSC), receiving a well wish from Abike Dabiri, as she wrote “We wish Zainab the best as she moves on to great success in life”.
Report hard it, that Zainab Aliyu traveled to Saudi Arabia, with her mother and sister for lesser Hajj in December 2018, which later resulted to her arrest for possession of tramadol, a drug prohibited in the nation of Saudi and entire Islamic Kingdom.
The 22-year old Zainab Aliyu, spent 124 days in jail and was set free in April 2018, upon the influence of the Buhari's government.
It is a thing of joy to see the Maitama Sule University graduate, becoming an ex corps member, nice knowing not even her arrest could stop her from moving on with her dreams.
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