The Federal Government is about to rescue Nigerian ladies trafficked in Lebanon, Gazele.com reports.
It will be recalled that a viral video emerged on Friday of some Nigerian ladies who called for the help of the government.
The video showed how the stranded ladies were camped in one room with a faulty toilet in a building at Dawra city in Lebanon after allegedly escaping from the inhuman treatment by their hosts.
One of the victims, Miss Adebisi Comfort-Oluwatoyin, reportedly spoke with Journalists International Forum for Migration, pleading with the Nigeria Immigration Service and NAPTIP and others to save them.
Reacting to this, Abike Dabiri tweeted: “NAPTIP is the agency responsible for trafficking. They assured that they are on this and other trafficking cases”.