A middle-aged woman, Janet Korley, who travelled to seek greener pastures in Lebanon sometime in the mid-’90s has disclosed how Ghanaians badly treated her.
In an interview with SVTV Africa, Janet indicated that what she thought would have been a great opportunity to turn her life around ended up in shambles.
According to Janet, she spent over two years in Lebanon; 8 months with a Lebanese family where her passport was seized with no salary till the fifth month.
Describing her life at that particular time as ‘slavery’, Janet recounted instances where she was raped by her masters several times.
“I spent about two months indoors. I could not go out because he worked as a security and his boss was unaware of my presence. The only time I could go out was when his boss had left the house. He forced himself on me severally,” she revealed.
After she managed to secure another job, Janet was falsely accused of stealing from a Ghanaian couple.
“I became the talk of the town and I got worried so I woke up one night, took my clothes off and prayed about it fervently. Later, I heard the couple who accused me had been arrested,” Madam Janet told host, DJ Nyaami.
Kindly watch the full interview below;
Source: SVTV Africa, Contributor