The woman, made this known while testifying before Justice Uche Agomoh, in a case of alleged human trafficking instituted by the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) against a businesswoman, Ayomide Philip.
”When I met Philip in Ibadan, she assured me that she will safely take me to Europe through Cairo to get a descent job.
“I agreed with them and they got me a job as a housemaid and I was paid 1,800 Dinah which Philip seized from me,” she said.
“I worked in three different connection houses, where I made 6,000 Dinah.
”I got tired of doing the work and I told Philip that I will no pay the 1,500 Dinah she and Abora had imposed on me.
The witness tendered all the documentary evidence through the Prosecuting Counsel, Mrs Becki Jibo.
After listening to her testimony, Justice Agomoh, subsequently adjourned the suit until June 30 for defence.