Watch the video of about 27 stranded Nigerian girls in Lebanon, pleading for urgent assistance from President Buhari to return home.
A video has emerged online showing about 27 girls claiming to be Nigerians begging President Muhammadu Buhariand other prominent individuals and clerics to help them return home.
In the now viral video, all the girls could be seen clustered in a room one room, begging that they are stranded in Lebanon, and want help to help return to their motherland.
The spokesperson of the girls identified as Comfort Adebisi lamented about their deplorable condition and called on fellow Nigerians to come to their aid.
She gave a graphic details of how over 27 of them, who escaped from their wicked employers found themselves in a cramped one room apartment where they sleep, cook, and do every other thing they want to do, saying, “We are calling on government authorities, Christian and Muslim clerics to do something urgent to save us.”
According to her, the ladies are all regretting their decision to travel to Lebanon. “We have regretted coming to this place. We need your help. We want to go back to our father’s land. We want to come home. Please, everybody should plead with those in authority on our behalf to assist us because we want to come home. We don’t want to die here,” she said.
The girls specifically appealed to President Buhari, Femi Otedola, Senator Ademola Adeleke, Hon. Ladi Adebutu, Pastors TB Joshua, Enoch Adeboye and David Oyedepo, as well as Apostle Johnson Suleiman, Prophet Ajayi and Abike Dabiri among other well meaning Nigerians to come to their aid as a matter of urgency.
Watch the video below;
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Fabenmedia recalls that a few months ago, the Federal Government had rescued a Nigerian lady from Lebanon, who was also seen in a viral video crying out help.
The lady revealed how a close family friend sold her into slavery in Lebanon, under the guise that she was going to teach English language in the country.