The Lawmaker representing Ondo West Constituency 1 in the Ondo State House of Assembly, Hon. Tomide Akinribido says he has started a process of returning Miss
Adetula Adetomisin, a 26-year-Old who was trafficked to the middle eastern country of Oman.
Hon. Tomide made this known following a viral video released online by Adetomisin, crying for help and alleging that she is being sexually harassed by her boss in Oman, after being tricked with a trip to the United States by a Nigerian travel Agent.
The Lawmaker in a statement signed by his media aide, Mr. Sam Olorunfemi, made available to newsmen said he has contacted the family of the victim to confirm the incident and has call the attention of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission to the lady’s case.
According to Mr. Sam Olorunfemi, “The attention of the honorable member representing Ondo West Constituency 1 in the Ondo State House of Assembly, Hon. Tomide Akinribido, has been drawn to the above trending report about the travails of one of his constituents, Miss Adetula Adetomisin, in the middle eastern country of Oman.”
“Hon. Akinribido has immediately swung into action by placing phone calls to the lady and getting details of her family contact in ondo city, Nigeria.”
“Having talked to the father of the lady who confirmed the troubling information, Hon. Akinribido proceeded to get in touch with the NIGERIANS IN DIASPORA COMMISSION(NIDCOM), and has received assurance that the commission will take urgent steps on the issue.”
“Hon. Akinribido expresses his heartfelt concern on the troubling predicament Miss Adetomisin currently faces but remains optimistic that she will regain freedom and be back with her family in no distant time.” He added.
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