Nigerian lady dies after allegedly being pushed off a 3-storey building in Libya
A Nigerian lady, identified as Deborah Yusuf, has died after she was allegedly pushed off a 3-storey building in Benghazi, Libya.
According to reports, she was pushed off the building by a suspected human trafficker named Princess Jameu, on Tuesday, June 7, after she paid for her freedom.
Deborah was rushed to a hospital for medical treatment and was said to be fighting for her life, whereas the suspect reportedly fled the scene.
Sadly, in a new development shared online by a member of the Nigerian community in Libya on Thursday, June 9, Celdrick Amanokhai, the young lady has passed away from the injuries she sustained from the fall.
Amanokhai has also called on anyone who has useful information about the trafficker’s whereabouts to speak up.
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“Great Nigerian. Every peace-loving Nigerian living in Benghazi that is keeping this murderer under your roof, it a pity and it a big pity, because when she will be caught after interrogation it happens she mention names,” he wrote.
“The EMBASSY AND THE NIGERIANS COMMUNITY wouldn’t take it likely with you. So we advise every patriotic Nigerian to share information about the whereabouts of this lady. Miss princess. Remember the STRUGGLE is to PROMOTE. PROTECT AND TO PROJECT. Pleasant morning to you all.”