Nigerian Lady Trafficked To Lebanon Returns On Friday, Says Abike Dabiri-Erewa

Channels Television  
Updated January 16, 2020


The Chairman, Nigerians in Diaspora Commission, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa has revealed that Omolola Ajayi, the young Nigerian lady who was trafficked to Lebanon, will return home on Friday, January 17, 2020. 

Mrs Dabiri-Erewa disclosed this while featuring as a guest on Channels flagship news bulletin, the News At Ten.

Miss Omolola who recently regained freedom was trafficked to Lebanon under the guise that she was going to teach English.

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The case came to light following a viral video created by Omolola detailing her plight in the hands of her captors.

Following her video, a rescue operation ensued and the young lady was finally entrusted into the care of Nigeria’s envoy in Beirut, ¬†Ambassador Goni Zanna Bura.

Giving further updates on the situation of things in Lebanon, Mrs Dabiri-Erewa assured that the young lady will be home on Friday.

The President’s aide also stressed that there is no Nigerian stranded in Lebanon at the time.