A Nigerian lady identified as "Baliki" who probably lost her way in one of the Arab countries was found by two other Nigerians (one man and a woman) in a place called "Buruji". The Nigerian lady identified as "Baliki" could be seen in the video looking tired and the lady kept seeking for help.
"Baliki" kept seeking for help from the two other Nigerians despite the fact that she did not mention who brought her to the Arab country. Though the name of the Arab country was not mentioned but report said that she was found in an Arab country.
When asked, "Baliki" said that she is a native of Ibadan which is the capital of Oyo State but she did not reveal what happened to her. The Nigerian woman behind the camera wanted to gather information from "Baliki" but she kept seeking for help.
"Baliki" said that she was looking for someone called "Azeezat" and the Nigerian woman behind the camera tried to gather information on how to reach "Azeezat" but "Baliki" seeking for help. One could see through the pictures I extracted from the video that "Baliki" might have been beaten by someone because her face and hands look somehow. Besides, there were bruises on her face.
"Please help my life," Baliki kept begging in Yoruba language without saying the kind of help she wanted.
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