In News by Oluwaseun Samuel on the 17th, July, 2020

Horror! Lady Brutalises, Locks Up Maid Inside Bathroom For six Days In Abuja Over Lacking Cellular Cellphone

Horror! Woman Brutalises, Locks Up Maid Inside Toilet For 6 Days In Abuja Over Missing Mobile Phone

Happiness Dauda

Photograph credit score: SaharaReporters

Mrs Binta M. Okay, a lady residing within the Wuse II space of Abuja along with her husband, has bodily assaulted her maid and left her battling for all times in a hospital over a lacking cell phone, a report by SaharaReporters has proven.

The 26-year-old maid named Happiness Dauda, after being brutalised by her boss, was locked up inside a rest room for six days with no meals or water throughout that interval.

The younger girl, whose harrowing expertise was shared by a relative, was mentioned to have survived by consuming her personal through the time she was locked up in the bathroom.

In accordance Dauda, her madam’s brothers got here to their home daily and had simply left on a specific day earlier than Mrs Binta began asking her a few cell the telephone. 

The younger girl, who maintained that she knew nothing in regards to the lacking telephone however her madam saved hitting her with mopping stick, wire and mortar pestle till she grew to become unconscious.

The girl threatened to kill her with a witch physician and later compelled her to admit stealing the telephone below duress.

“Thereafter, Mrs Binta bodily brutalised her and threw her into the bathroom and locked her there for six days.

“In keeping with the maid, who simply regained consciousness after she handed out for just a few days, her madam used mopping stick, wire and mortar pestle to beat her. She thereafter locked her up inside a rest room for six days with out meals and water. She disclosed that she survived the six days consuming faeces and consuming her urine.

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“On the sixth day, in line with her, she was introduced out by her madam and dumped on the street with a given N1000 to return to her individuals.

“Happiness was rushed to the Wuse Common Hospital, Abuja, and the incident was reported to NAPTIP and the police,” one of many sufferer’s family disclosed.

When contacted by SaharaReporters, Mr Magnus, the official of the Nationwide Company for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Individuals dealing with the case, confirmed the incident however declined response to questions concerning their findings and the whereabouts of Mrs Binta and husband.

David Dogo, a relative to Miss Dauda, disclosed that an emissary from Mrs Binta and her husband approached him on the hospital to drop the case in favour of a compensation.

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