The mother of a young lady who was assaulted, drugged and deported from a foreign country in the Middle East has revealed that she sold everything to send her daughter abroad but she came back home in a bad state. Funmilayo Fehintola traveled to Oman in search of greener pastures but she passed through a lot of horrible situations that affected her mental health.
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Funmi revealed that she wanted to work as an house help in Oman but she was forced into other things that didn't go down well with her. She said that they forced her into taking drugs and she was assaulted by the people she stayed with. Funmi added that she faced a lot during her stay in Oman and it has affected her badly.
Funmi's mother told reporters that she was devastated when she saw the condition of her daughter. In her words;
"When I saw the condition of my daughter, I was very sad. I sold everything to support her when she wanted to travel. I thought that she would send me money from abroad but i didn't hear from her again."
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