Zainab Aliyu, Nigerian Lady Who Escaped Execution In Saudi Arabia Returns Home To Warn Embrace Of Her Father
The innocent lady who escaped death after 4 months in detention in Saudi Arabia over alleged drug trafficking has returned hom.
Zainab Aliyu landed in Kano on Monday in the company of another Nigerian who was accused of the same offence before
She who was detained for more than four months by the Saudi Arabian government over alleged drug trafficking, returned to Nigeria today.
The lucky lady who was accompanied by another Nigerian also accused of the same crime, Ibrahim Abubakar, landed at Malam Aminu Kano International Airport (MAKIA) today.
Confirming the development, Alhaji Habibu Aliyu Kila, Zainab’s father, said: “I was told about their coming three hours after their plane took off from King Abdulaziz International Airport, Jeddah. So, I was taken unaware but as I am speaking with you, I am together with my daughter.”
Kila thanked the federal government and all those that played roles in releasing his daughter.
The two young Nigerians were conveyed to Nigeria by the Saudi Airline plane and they were handed over to their parents by the Saudi Arabian Consulate in Kano. It would be recalled that Zainab was arrested and detained for four months by the Saudi Arabian anti-drug trafficking agency over alleged drug trafficking, but she was later found to be innocent of the offence.