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I Feel Remorse Over Deceiving My Father To Raise N.8m To Travel To Libya —Returnee

I Feel Remorse Over Deceiving My Father To Raise N.8m To Travel To Libya —Returnee

The National Emergency Management Agency has reported on Thursday of receiving another 175 Nigerian returnees from Libya at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos. jamb results

The returnees are 92 male adults, 53 female adults, six male children, 12 female children, nine male infants and three female infants. THE PUNCH reports.

One of the returnees, Azizat Omoniyi, 21, from Lagos State who abandoned her education when she was 17 years old, expressed remorse at her misbehaviour, especially for wasting her father’s hard-earned money and time.

In Omoniyi’s words: “I will never advise anyone to think of travelling out of this country aimlessly.

“We don’t appreciate what we have until it is lost. Anyone thinking of travelling without set and achievable objectives should forget it”.

Azizat said her mother died while she was at a tender age and was being catered for by maternal relations, but she felt she was being maltreated and ran away to be with her father.

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“From my father’s custody, a friend convinced me to meet her in Ibadan where I was introduced to the idea of travelling to Libya where I was told that I could work and receive a monthly salary of ₦120,000.

“I deceived my father that I wanted to establish a business and he gave me ₦800,000, but I used it for the Libyan trip through the desert.

“I became a slave and prostitute in Libya; I am not lying, I raised equivalent of ₦2 million as a prostitute to free myself from my trafficker.

“I want to go back to school. I stopped schooling at SS2 and have learnt my lessons,’’ she lamented.

“The lessons are very, very bitter, I wasted my life. Information Guide Nigeria

“I do not know my father’s location. I lost everything that I thought I could bring back home when the police raided our house and threw all of us into prison.

“We were dispossessed of our savings and property. I lost the phone in which l had my father’s contact.

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Essien, Goodnews is a gruaduate of Communication Arts, University of Uyo, Uyo; Currently working at Infoguide Media as a news writer.

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