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Domestic Slavery in Lebanon: Nigerian women in Penal Servitude contact TVC

By TVC News Nigeria
15 November 2019   |   4:39 pm
The number of Nigerian women and girls who leave for the middle east to offer their services as domestic help has taken on a new dimension, with some reaching out to anyone who can save them from what they allege is domestic slavery.

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