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.
A lady identified as Funmilayo has explained her ordeal after she was deported from Oman. This is common for most Nigerians who think that can easily make it whenever they travel abroad. Funmilayo said that while she got to Oman, she was being used as a house girl.
Everyone wants a better life, and some people are ready to do anything to achieve that, even if it means having to travel out to work as maids in foreign countries. In the past years, travelling out to countries like Saudi Arabia, Dubai, Oman and Lebanon to work as maids has become common for some young African ladies, but unfortunately, some of those young ladies did not return home to their countries with good stories to the.
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I Went To Oman To Get Better Life But I Was Beaten, Drugged And Assaulted By My Master— Lady Narrates
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.
Over 90 Nigerians are stranded in Oman due to a lack of travel documents.This was observed by a Nigerian who contacted the BBC news Yoruba, telling him that many Nigerians are stranded in Oman because their traveling documents have expired and that puts them in a dilemma of whether to return to Nigeria or remain in Oman.
Following the escape of the President of Afghanistan, Ashraf Ghani, to Oman for refuge, the country has proceeded with a caretaker President. Recall that the heart of the country, Kabul was invaded by the Taliban in a bid to take over the country and they succeeded on Sunday.
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Ashraf Ghani's whereabouts have been revealed after he left the country to avoid bloodshed. Ghani took off on the 15th of August, 2021 after a clear invasion of the country's capital city, Kabul. The terrorist group, the Taliban invaded the presidential palace on Sunday without security or traffic control.
My name is Oluchi Madubuike, and I spent the majority of my elementary school years at Cita International Private School in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. When I was in fourth grade, I transferred to the British American Academy in Oman, Middle East. I later returned to Nigeria and finished JSS3 to SS3 at Charles Day Memorial International School in Port Harcourt.
Few months ago, it was reported that a 31-year-old Nigerian lady who was deported from Oman was found hanging around at the Murtala Muhammed airport looking unkempt and mentally unstable. Her sister who got to know about the incident rushed over to the Airport and saw that it was Funmilayo Fehintola, her sister who she thought had gone missing after traveling to Oman for greener pastures.
A Nigerian lady identified as Funmilayo Victoria Fehintola is currently stranded at Lagos Airport after she was reportedly deported from Oman.
A lady identified as Funmilayo Victoria Fehintola has been found wandering at Murtala Muhammad International Airport in Lagos.
Nigerians are very industrious people and because of the challenges we are facing as a country and our quest for greener pasture, many Nigerians are trooping out to other developed countries in search of a better life.
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This 31 year old Nigerian Lady is said to be stranded at the international airport here in Nigeria, after she got deported from Oman.
Nigerian Lady Deported From Oman Stranded At Lagos Airport As She Loses Her Memory, Check The Detail
The 31-year-old is said to have been to the Nigerian airport after being repatriated from Oman.
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A Nigeria lady was found roaming around at the international Wing of Muritala Muhammed Airport in Lagos.The lady identified as Funmilayo Victoria Feyintola and also a native of Ondo state was reported roaming about the airport after allegedly losing her memory.