A Nigerian lady who was recently deported from Oman has narrated her experience in the Arabian country. In an exclusive interview with the Punch Newspaper, the lady identified as Funmi Fahintola stated that she went to Oman in 2018 to get a better life but she was maltreated by her master after she was handed over to him.
Funmi narrated that after she arrived in the Arabian country, she worked for 24 hours every day but her master was always beating her because according to him, she did not know to do the work properly. She mentioned that there was a day that she retaliated after the man beat her, so he took her to a police station and she was detained for some days. She however started behaving aggressively so they told her that they will deport her to Nigeria.
Funmi added that although her master was maltreating her at that time, his children were good to her because they helped her many times during her stay there. She thanks her parent for helping her to return to her healthy state after she was deported to Nigeria.
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Source: Punch Newspaper
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