Yoruba Group Wants Alleged Murder Of Nigerians In Saudi Arabia Investigated
The Yoruba Youth Socio-cultural Association (YYSA) has urged the Federal Government of Nigeria to investigate the alleged killing of Nigerians in Saudi Arabia.
According to YYSA, the evil act conducted by the Arabians brought to public awareness by Satellite Times on Sunday 26th of August after hinted by a chat group known as Strong Nigerian Ladies a solidarity group of migrant domestic workers in Saudi Arabia.
A Nigerian lady, Omotayo who was a migrant domestic worker sent her photo to the group narrated her ordeal before she was killed by her boss in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. She allegedly asked for her three months salary arrears but instead of giving her her entitlement she was beating to death.
Another lady, Shola was assaulted and starved by her employer. When she demanded for food her boss started beating her and she had to defend herself with knife and her sponsor quickly hit her on neck. She collapse and rushed to hospital where she gave up a ghost.
YYSA stated further that the incident is a human right case and should be investigated by the Nigerian government to ensure that the culprits brought to book to serve as lesson for other criminals.