Saturday, 6 February 2016

3 Cameroonian girls returned from Kuwait today and share heartbreaking stories (video)

Last year an alarm was raised on social media by concerned Cameroonians who came into the knowledge that, Cameroonian girls were being misled by agents and taken to Kuwait to work as prostitutes or domestic slaves.  

A few were reportedly killed by their bosses for refusing to do as they were told while some died from the hardship. Today at the Douala International Airport Cameroon, three returnees from Kuwait recounted their ordeals in the Muslim dominated country.
Watch the video below.

 

7 comments:

  1. why can the gov't of cameroon not ask every cameroonian in that fucken Kuwait to return back to cameroon
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  2. Thank God they came back alive!

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  3. Weh thank God they Made it back alive. The problems in Cameroon are equally the fault of the citizens. People don't want to vote competent leaders, or take it upon themselves to exercise integrity...even the Kuwait victims. But I pray something is done to fix this situation.

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  4. Very sad. I imagine many of them still trapped in that useless country. Arabs are so racist. I can just imagine.

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  5. My humble opinion is,all those agents selling dreams of a good life in the Middle East should be brought to justice for human trafficking,knowing what our government is,I will recommend jungle justice,their offices should be ransacked,their homes put on fire if they are not renting,they know what await these girls but still let them go. This movement of our girls to hell must stop. Mr Biya see wati you don do we country? Your daughter is living the good life in Beverly Hills,California. No condition is permanent. Lapiro said it...... It will be better one day!!!

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  6. Indeed, it would appear that President Obama is following through on his guarantee to end the Iraq war and haul our troops out of that nation. Nonetheless, is this only a rearranging of troops to the following closest fringe? The reason I ask is that the troops give off an impression of being heading off to an adjacent nation, and simply redeployed. Kuwaiti leader

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