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Photos: 2 Nigerian Girls, Underage Housemaids Killed By Saudi Arabian Employers In Riyadh..RIP Omotayo & Shola

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Two Nigerian Girls, Underage Housemaids Killed By Saudi Arabian Employers In Riyadh..RIP Omotayo & Shola

The Federal Government of Nigeria needs to come to the aid of young Nigerian ladies being trafficked to Saudi Arabia on a daily basis to work as slaves.

This menace is even more deadly than that of Libya as many are being murdered daily without the knowledge of their parents at home in Nigeria.

The latest victims of Saudi Arabian employers brutality towards Africans, Omotayo and Shola died in June 2018.

According to another housemaid still under the burden of slavery in Saudi, Adeola Oladipo, the first victim Omotayo was killed by her employer in Riyadh Saudi after she refused to work because her boss refused to pay her 3 month salary arrears. She was beaten to death by the entire family of her boss for being rude and disrespectful.

The second victim, Shola who until her death loss half of her body weight after she was starved and forced to overwork.

Days to her untimely death, she was cooking in the kitchen when her male boss as usual beat her for being too slow. She was using a knife to cut vegetables when she raised it in defence of herself when the beating became unbearable and in the process, the boss took the knife from her hand and hit her on the neck. She collapsed and gave up the ghost inthe hospital days later.

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According to a solidarity group, there are over 850 Nigerian ladies working as slaves in Saudi Arabia today with no one to come to their rescue.

The Federal Government of Nigeria should come in and stop this menace.

The first solution to this menace is to curb the activities of human traffickers luring innocent girls to Saudi Arabia.



  1. Nifemi Brooklyn

    August 26, 2018 at 8:30 PM

    for crying out loud, these girls supposed to be under the supervision of their parents. I blame whoever authorize their travel to Saudi

  2. Gbajumo Yink

    August 26, 2018 at 8:31 PM

    Arabs are very proud people. They see blacks as deadly snakes while they themselves are scorpions.

  3. Kunle Olaniyi

    August 26, 2018 at 10:58 PM

    They must have also raped these girls. I fear for Naija parents allowing their daughters to hustle at dis age

  4. fifelomo

    August 27, 2018 at 7:07 AM

    Parents are to be blamed for this. Is it not better to suffer in one’s country than to get maltreated and killed in the process in another man’s land? Rip to them. I know after reading this, some parents will still brainwashed their children to embark on this deadly trip…..may Godhavemercy on us.

  5. Ama

    August 27, 2018 at 12:38 PM

    This is a very unfortunate instance. But my question is why would parents allow their underage young girls go to such places unsupervised to be killed by monsters who don’t have any regard or feeling for human beings. First, we allowed the white man to transport a lot of Africans as slaves to the United States and Brazil and other parts of South America. Now a lot of young people are still slaves for the sake of leaving their countries and going in search of greener pastures, which makes me think; is it Poverty, or is it lack of education or is it ignorance and or is running away from the state of life in our countries. We talk about poverty, yet poverty leads us to the shadow of death, and we die a senseless death.

    Last time Mr. Gbenga wrote a very beautiful article about how the youth can harness their gifts and talents within them and start something with their lives. I am really sorry, our youth sees all the people dying at sea and in the homes of their slave masters, yet they allow the middlemen and women who lure them to these places in search of financial gains. We must learn to not rush into going abroad when life becomes unbearable. “Most of the important things in the world have been accomplished by people who have kept on trying when there seemed to be no hope at all.”—Dale Carnegie. A word to the wise is enough. Nowadays no place is safe.

  6. uzoma

    August 27, 2018 at 12:46 PM

    This is a huge dent on the image of Nigeria and a shame on our thieving politicians. If they have managed the resources of the country to better the affairs of the Nigerian people, nobody will think of relocating to a country like Saudi Arabia or Libya to work as house maid. It was on video early last year when a young Ghanaian maid was publicly beheaded because the child she was looking after fell down and got injured while she was busy doing other house chores. With the exception of Malawi, Madagascar, and a few other countries that are effecting changes to better the lot of their citizens (Tanzania, Rwanda, and recently, Ghana), other African leaders should hide their faces in shame.

  7. Lola O

    August 27, 2018 at 4:08 PM

    Nigerians never learn their lesson. No matter what anyone says, they won’t listen and will continue allowing their children travel overseas under the mistaken illusion that life is better over there. Arabs are generally brutal and lack compassion. Despite death penalty for drug trafficking in Islamic countries, Nigerians still continue smuggling drugs as they value money over their lives. Remember that beheading humans continue in those countries in this era of modern civilization. Since most Nigerians are desperate for quick money rather then do menial jobs like farming, the abuse and killings in foreign lands will continue.

  8. MC

    August 28, 2018 at 6:53 AM

    It was sad I felt sorry for for Shola Tayo may their young soul rest in perfect peace. May God ask of their blood from there killers AMEN IJN

  9. Joy Agbeyegbe

    August 28, 2018 at 3:45 PM

    Im a Lawyer and anti human trafficking activist and I’ve successfully helped sex trafficking victims in Cyprus and a housegirl in Oman get back to her family in Nigeria. Please tell Adeola Oladapo to contact me or any trapped victim lets work on their repatriation before its late.

    My facebook contact Ochuko Joy Agbeyegbe

  10. Jilo

    August 28, 2018 at 6:54 PM

    Those of us in Western World are still into modern slavery but the difference is, we are being paid for our services. Let me make this clear, the way we work in Nigeria is different from the way Arab people work. They see Black people as Slaves, no matter how big or rich we are, they still look down on us as Slaves and being a Slave means, no life, no freedom, no self esteem. All they want you to do is to keep working 24/7. They don’t care if you get adequate sleep, all they want is to use you until you drop dead.

    My advise to some young folks who want to embark on this deadly journey is to explain to them how the situation is over there. If you are sick, you are on your own. Arabs have no respect for women even their wives. Do not think you are going to be working in Nigeria environment where you spend some time at work and go home and still get paid?. That is why most of our young girls are finding it difficult to cope.

    The young girls should be thoroughly advised not because they heard that they will be paid in dollars and jump into a plane. Infact there should be a specific information circulating all over the nation’s discouraging young females not to go to any Arab Countries seeking for menial job. If they insist to take the risk, their parents must be well informed and contact address at their child’s residence Country. Also their direct phone number. Even with all that, it is not advisable to take a risk. After reading all these, some parents will still hell bent advising their children to take the risk telling them, it will not happen to you in Jesus name or Inshallah it will not happen to you. Your own case will be different etc. Those who have ears let them hear.

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