9-year-old Orphan Girl Chased Out of House by Her ‘Madam’ for Not Selling Enough Sachet Water (Photo)

March 15, 2021
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Esther Samuel

Esther Samuel

A 9-year-old girl has been rescued after being kicked out of the house by her madam.

She was rescued by an NGO in Calabar, the Cross River state capital by madam identified simply as Mrs Rose for not selling enough sachet water. 

The girl identified as Esther Samuel, an orphan, was found in the rain on Friday night, March 12. 

According to the Basic Rights Counsel Initiative, the girl said that the woman kicked her out of the house for not selling enough sachet water. 

“On the night of Friday of March 2021, a volunteer found a little girl in the rain and homeless. She was brought to the BRCI emergency shelter, upon further investigation it was discovered that she ( Esther Samuel , 9years) was chased out of the house by one Mrs Rose whose address she cannot trace. She is an orphan and from Akpabuyo LGA. Please anyone with knowledge of her relatives should please contact BRCI at 15 Kings Street Big Qua or contact 08090123666 / 09060426199” 

 

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