What I experienced in Lebanon, I pray not even Satan should experience it - Nigeria lady warns young women against going abroad(check details)



A Nigerian lady, Arowolo Olamide Temitope who was barred from boarding an evacuation flight to Nigeria by the Lebanese airport management after receiving orders from her employer in Lebanon, has finally arrived Nigeria.



Arowolo who was evacuated from Lebanon by the Federal Government on Saturday July 11, narrated her ordeal while she was in the Middle Eastern country, warning young Nigerian girls against travelling abroad.

Arowolo, 31, was among 19 other victims who were received by officials of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) and the House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora Affairs at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport In Abuja, on Saturday

A video of Temitope made rounds on the internet regarding the violation of her human rights in Lebanon. In the viral video, Temitope reveals how she was beaten by one 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.

She went on to narrate instances of emotional, physical and sexual assault she went through from Zahran and Diab. After the video went viral, the Federal Government asked Lebanese authorities to bring her back to Nigeria.

Temitope, speaking to journalists at the Abuja airport, said Lebanon was like ‘hell‘ for her and cautioned Nigerian girls against being lured abroad.

She 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.”


The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora, Rep. Tolulope Akande-Sadipe (APC-Oyo) described Temitope’s return as “a dream come true.”


A Nigerian lady, Arowolo Olamide Temitope who was barred from boarding an evacuation flight to Nigeria by the Lebanese airport management after receiving orders from her employer in Lebanon, has finally arrived Nigeria.



Arowolo who was evacuated from Lebanon by the Federal Government on Saturday July 11, narrated her ordeal while she was in the Middle Eastern country, warning young Nigerian girls against travelling abroad.

Arowolo, 31, was among 19 other victims who were received by officials of the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) and the House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora Affairs at the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport In Abuja, on Saturday

A video of Temitope made rounds on the internet regarding the violation of her human rights in Lebanon. In the viral video, Temitope reveals how she was beaten by one 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.

She went on to narrate instances of emotional, physical and sexual assault she went through from Zahran and Diab. After the video went viral, the Federal Government asked Lebanese authorities to bring her back to Nigeria.

Temitope, speaking to journalists at the Abuja airport, said Lebanon was like ‘hell‘ for her and cautioned Nigerian girls against being lured abroad.

She 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.”

The Chairman, House of Representatives Committee on Diaspora, Rep. Tolulope Akande-Sadipe (APC-Oyo) described Temitope’s return as “a dream come true.”

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