I got this shocking video from a WhatsApp contact which showed how a Nigerian girl was tortured to death in one of the Asian countries. Read the additional text of information and advice sent with the video. Please when you watch the video at the end of the publication , forward and share it as widely as possible! There are some fake agencies, from China, Korea, Japan and other Asia countries opened in Nigeria, Ghana and other African countries, promising jobs domestic ones, such as house-keeping, baby-minding, etc. However, on arrival, they turn you to any thing less than human, Murdered our people especially girls for their kidney, Heart and Liver. They will prepare your travelling documents and everything; when you reach there, that will be your hell and end of your life.
Child sexual abuse in Nigeria
Boko Haram Video Appears to Show Missing Nigerian Schoolgirls | Time
Proceedings in an Ikeja High Court took an unusual dimension on Monday when an excerpt of a sex video tape between a married father of three and his ex-lover was played in the courtroom. Lukaku: Man Utd players must accept criticisms. The father of three, Peter Omokaro, is an ex-banker, while his ex-lover, Titilayo Nosa-Igiebor, is a businesswoman. The counsel told the court that Clause Five of the agreement exempted Nosa-Igiebor from repaying the alleged loan because of their sexual relationship. Earlier in her evidence, the defendant told the court that Omokaro never gave her the N15 million although he promised to give her without collecting it back. She told the court that the ex-banker intended to punish her for the soured relationship by taking her to court. I had no prior experience; I was still setting up at the time.
Nigeria kidnapped girls 'shown in Boko Haram video'
Islamist militants Boko Haram have released a video apparently showing about girls kidnapped from a school in northern Nigeria on 14 April. Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau said the children would be held until all imprisoned militants had been freed. Interior Minister Abba Moro rejected the deal, telling the BBC that it was "absurd" for a "terrorist group" to try to set conditions. Three of the girls - wearing full-length cloaks - are shown speaking in the minute video, obtained by French news agency AFP.
Mariam and Edna were just two of millions of children trapped in domestic slavery. Their tragic stories inspired me to write a novel targeting a practice that is rife in the country. O ne day, when my daughter was eight, I asked her to help me unload the dishwasher. She moaned, dragged her feet and pleaded for Haribo in exchange for this simple task.