A video making the rounds on the internet has shown a girl who was badly battered by a woman whom she worked for as a house-help.
The battered girl
A young female house-help has been allegedly been battered by her ‘madam’ in Cross River State.
A really disturbing video which shows the young girl with many injuries on her back, has since gone viral.
The girl reportedly sustained the injuries after her madam reportedly tortured her in Obudu, Cross River.
According to Amb Godwin Apple who shared the story on Facebook, the madam’s husband is a Chief Lecturer in Igbo department, Federal College of Education, Obudu.
Below is how he put the story:
“It is with much sympathy that I will this evening invite the operational bodies of UNICEF, UPF, UN and the Nigerian States Security Service SSS to commence the arrest of one Dr. Amechi Oha.
“He is a Chief Lecturer in Igbo department, FCE Obudu. He is one time Dean, School of Languages in the same Federal College of Education, Obudu in Cross River State of Nigeria. and his wife Mrs Ijeoma Amechi Oha, who also serve her NYSC in Cross River State and officially married to the said Amechi of the FCE Obudu.
“The video below shows how they adopted, enslaved, concealed and assaulted this little girl in the pretense of having her as a house maid. They should be both charged for crimes against humanity.
” When the little girl started crying in different tunes last night during the torture, it attract the attention of the Vigilante group in the area there in Obudu, and they rushed immediately only to find the little girl in a very weak point, almost out of life.
“As the Vigilante attempted to invite the Police, the lady ‘Ijeoma Oha’ offered them a N3,000.00 bribe so that they can over-look the situation, but God almighty helped the vigilantee group to insist in inviting the police and the girl was taken to the Sacred Heart Hospital Obudu, while the lady Mrs Ijeoma Oha, was taken away by the police from the Nigerian Police Command, Obudu Division. “
Watch a video of the battered girl being treated below: