Nigerian lady who was allegedly pushed off 3-storey building in Libya dies

Deborah Yusuf, a young Nigerian woman who was allegedly thrown over the third floor of a three-story building in Benghazi, Libya, has perished.

On Tuesday, June 7, a suspected human trafficker known only as Princess Jameu allegedly shoved the deceased off the structure.

Celdrick Amanokhai, a member of the Nigerian community in Libya, confirmed the news in a video posted on Thursday, June 9.

Amanokhai urged Nigerians with helpful information on the suspect’s whereabouts to come forward.

“Great Nigerian. Every peace loving Nigerian living in Benghazi that is keeping this murderer under you 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 COMMIUNTY wouldn’t take it likely with you. So wie advice every patrotic Nigerian to share information of the wereabout of this lady. Miss princess. Remember the STRUGGLE is to PROMOTE. PROTECT AND TO PROJECT. Pleasant morning to you all.” 

Update: Nigerian lady who was allegedly pushed off 3-storey building in Libya dies
Update: Nigerian lady who was allegedly pushed off 3-storey building in Libya dies
Update: Nigerian lady who was allegedly pushed off 3-storey building in Libya dies

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