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“Going There Is Like Hell” – Nigerian Lady Narrates Horrifying Lebanon Ordeal



It’s yet another tale of a young black woman being abused in the gulf region. That’s the story of Arowolo Olamide Temitope, a Nigerian lady who is the latest victim of the inhumane treatment and discrimination young African ladies face as they go there for greener pastures.

Arowolo, 31, was among 19 other ladies who were evacuated from Lebanon by the Federal Government on Saturday July 11, narrated her ordeal while in Lebanon, warning young Nigerian girls against travelling abroad.

Speaking to journalists on her return home, Temitope said, “I’m happy being home. Going to Lebanon is like (going to) a hell. Nobody knows that will happen there. I advise other girls to stay here in Nigeria and try to make it the way the Lord puts them through, because going outside there was like a hell, not only in Lebanon. What I experienced in Lebanon, I pray even not for Satan to experience it.”

Arowolo’s return was described as a “dream come true” by Tolulope Akande-Sadipe, The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora.

It also come as welcome news and relief to many Nigerians who got angry after a video went viral on social media on violation of her human rights in Lebanon.

She revealed in the viral video she was beaten by Mahmoud Zahran, the husband of her employer, Feyzeh Diab, on April 25, at their home in Choueifat, South of Beirut, after accusing her of stealing a phone.

Source: AfricaCelebrities.Com