Nigerian govt gives update on lady put up for sale on Facebook by Lebanese

Abike Dabiri-Erewa, Chairman of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission (NIDCOM) on Saturday announced that the Nigerian woman, Peace Busari, who was put on sale by a Lebanese on Facebook was finally returning to Nigeria.

The woman was sometime in April rescued by the Nigerian mission in Lebanon.

Newzandar News had reported that Jerro, who resides in Beirut Lebanon, sent in an image alongside the data page of the 30-year-old Nigerian, Peace Busari Ufuoma to a Facebook group called ‘Buy and Sell Lebanon.’

The culprit, Wael Jerro has been arrested by the Lebanese government.

Confirming Busari’s return, Dabiri on her official Twitter page said she will be returning to Nigerian alongside one Temitope who was forcefully held by her employers.

The tweet reads: “Finally! Coming home!! Temitope, held behind by her employers and not allowed to board the last evacuation flight from Lebanon,and Peace Busari, put up for sale on Facebook a few months back.

“Many thanks to Chair house diaspora committee @ToluSadipe, NAPTIP, the Nigerian mission in Lebanon and the Lebanese Ambassador to Nigeria for collaborative efforts to bring them back home.”

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