Stella Dimoko Korkus.com: Tales Of A Libyan Returnee -Part 9

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Saturday, January 05, 2019

Tales Of A Libyan Returnee -Part 9

OH MY GOD!!!!

This story is a Libyan returnees tale......





Back in Nigeria, I loved action movies, James Bond was my favourite actor and I was action freak, luckily for me I acted an action film in this life changing Chapter.

I was kidnapped the second time but this time around with pregnancy, I wasn't showing but my face was pale. I was determined to escape by all means possible, I won't nurture an innocent baby in prison this time around.


Our cars arrived the Kidnappers den situated at the outskirt of Sirte, I asked for my roommates and they told to me shower and strip, I told them I was pregnant and would rather die than allowed myself to be subjected to another torture, they didn't believe me because I wasn't showing so I removed my Jalamia and lifted my top, my little bump was visible and they told me to sit.


I sat there lost in thoughts until they all stepped out and locked the door from outside, I stood up immediately and searched for escape route but there was none, I sat down and quietly awaited my fate.


Around 7pm, the Arabs arrived in company of Nigerians and Nigeriens, I was ushered outside and entered the car with them, we arrived in another location and I saw a lot of blacks there; I asked them in English where they kept my roommates and I was told to wait till the following day, I ate Rice and Chicken for dinner and was shown where to sleep.


These men smoked Ashish and abused tramadol, two other girls arrived, and I stayed away from them, I pretended I couldn't speak Arab so as to know all their plans. 

I laid down and the two girls came in as well, I couldn't sleep because all I kept thinking of was my escape, the Men came in and asked me to strip, I refused and I was beaten with extension wire, I was beaten but I kept protecting my belly, when they were done, they tied me down and I was raped again; these bastards were high on Tramadol so you can imagine how long the torture took, the first came, had his way, the second came, he was brutal and the third came and he was rough, just when I couldn't bear it anymore, I pretended to faint.


 They poured me cold water and I was allowed to sleep, we woke up the following day, and I was reeking of semen, I asked of my roommates and they told me they will take me to them, they laughed among themselves and said the girls that are already working themselves out as prostitutes, They weren't aware I speak and understand Arab so they kept making fun of my roommates and I heard of their plan to sell me off the following day.


Some more men came in the morning to rape me but I took a knife from the kitchen and threatened to stab myself, The Nigerien in charge told them to let me and reminded them I fainted the previous night, I was given breakfast and I ate to my satisfaction.

We left for another location that same morning, it was called Sherika and the place was very big and filled with lots of workers and a brothel. We entered the brothel and I was introduced to the girls there, I asked the ladies if by any chance they saw two ladies, I described my roommates to them, a lady responded they have been sold to another brothel, I explained my situation to them and asked if there was any escape route, I was told there's none.


I was allowed to walk freely in the fenced yard, I moved around and observed any escape route, I feigned stomach upset and dipped my fingers in my throat, I kept vomiting and I prayed they rush me to any hospital, they gave me Paracetamol and said I will be fine.


I entered the bathroom and the mirror was slightly broken, so I took a piece and made some cuts on my hands, The Jalabia covered my arms so my wounds were not visible, I covered my hands in my blood and showed them I was bleeding, they told me to rest and I heard them calling the buyer to hurry and come with the cash.......

59 comments:

  1. Please poster you make the story fast so we can talk about helping you.
    You really need help.

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    1. Just when I thought everything was fine

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    2. My heart is beating so fast. Hnmmm poster it is well with you.

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    3. Poster i applaud your courage and survival instinct. You are on the road to full recovery. Just let it all out and forgive all those who has hurt you. Your victory everyday is your decision to remain sane in the midst of all the madness. God bless you and give you all you have lost.

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    4. My friends sister is in Oman,her sister isn't a graduate but my friend said her sister is working in a construction company but I think her sister is doing more of a maid because I browsed about working in Oman on nairaland and all what I read about females working there on the internet is worrisome.

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    5. 😔😔😔😔😔😔😔

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    6. It must have been an unending nightmare I don’t want to even imagine...

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    7. Yes Anon 13:09.
      Let's talk about helping her.
      This is terrible

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  2. This is too much.

    I hope what have read doesn't replay in my head later.

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  3. OMG!!!!! I don't even know know what to say anymore. this is too much

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  4. Oooh My God!!! Not again!!!!

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  5. Haaa! What type of life is this? Poster it's well with you

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  6. You really suffered o.
    What a life not having an inkling what tomorrow holds. Just when you think you have seen the worst you still experience worse.
    I those guys are not even humans I can imagine the disease they just spread so easily. My heart bleeds for you. Hope you heal completely and find closure. I will like to give you some support and again assure you to disregard negative comments.
    Stay strong super woman
    Zee

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  7. Jesus!!! No... This is way too much

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  8. I'm not being insentive but the story is beginning to piss me off.They kidnapped u the first and u were lucky to be released ..why didn't you come back to Nigeria.May God heal your wound ,you need proper counseling .You are a strong woman I can't even endure what u went through but I still insist that most things that happened to was somehow ur doing and would have been avoided.

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    1. I don't believe the writer experienced all she/he has written so far. The story seems to be made up from other victim's experiences. When you read a traumatic narrative from a victim, You would know.

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  9. Some of the girls screaming "too much, bla bla bla" are preparing to travel same route.

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  10. I have never even watched this in a horror movie, I'm tired on ur behalf abeg, ohhh God please heal her o😢😢😢😢😢😰

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    1. Even I spit on your grave is milder than her story. This is too much

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  11. So atrocities like this is happening in a part of the world, someone has gone through all these and I kept complaining of little problem..... E-hugs to you my blog sister

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  12. Oh God! The repeated rape. Im aick to my stomach.
    Rape is a weapon they use constanly especially on females of all ages.

    Poster you saw hell on earth. I wish you didnt orchestrate the exchange yourself. I can sense you reason a bit above average from others and somehow that could have made you think you can be a ‘Messiah’ in a hostage situation.

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    1. they went extra mile for her the first time she was kidnapped, to get her out, they were kidnapped while going to get her herbs to abort.. one good turn deserves another...

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    2. I am not even qualified to get anyone out of a hostage situation in this country that is not as terrifying as theirs not to talk of Libya.
      The reason she wasn't the best candidate is because these people need more girls. What better way than to lure her, collect the 1000dinars and still use her to make more money. Logically, she was better off safe and trying to get them out than being in there with them.

      I understand emotions took over though.

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  13. Damn...tank God I didn't follow the goat that ask me come to Qatar with him..

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    1. Pray tell, is his name by chance SAM EGBE aka SS aka Engineer Sam Igbinovia. That’s his pattern 😒😄

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  14. this is heartbreaking, I pray God heals you physically and emotionally...

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  15. This is way too much 😱 abeg

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  16. Jesus!!!
    This is too much suffering
    I really pray you find closure and heal completely.

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    1. Amen
      I literally fainted inside of me when I read a 3rd guy mounted her.

      So so sad 😭

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  17. I've been following this story. It's heartbreaking.

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  18. Here goes the pity party.. choose wisely. Lest you are faced with a consequence like this. Now see gory tales of the consequences of choices you gladly made

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  19. Pls Nigeria is better na haba

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    1. Far far far far better. The distance between the betters is like from Owerri to Katsina

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  20. The Lord is your strength poster, I am speechless

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  21. Poster why did you not follow your first madam to europe????? I blame you ooo, there's no way all these would happen to you if you had gone to europe when they asked you to relocate with them what in God's name were you thinking when you refused to follow them???? Haba! What kind of a thing is this?

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    1. Pls no blaming.she needs closure.it has already happened.am sure she has thought about all that

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    2. Thank u @Tenth. Just read and pass than apportioning blames biko.

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    3. Anonymous 14:17
      Do you think the journey from Libya to Europe is that easy?

      Do you know millions of undocumented migrants have died on that sea?

      KING XOXO MYSTERY

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    4. Intentionally drowned by marine guards,
      ⛵ mishap due to overcrowding, (most times migrants use rubber inflated boats)

      The journey is too rough and tough. Not for the lilly livered nor the light hearted

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  22. This is one of the most horrific stories I have ever read. God, poster what you went through was terrible. 😢😢. I wish you the best.

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  23. Am short of words just don't know what to say now.

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  24. Unfortunately I don't feel a thing. It's a horrible story but that's just it for me. I just cannot find even a drop of emphathy.

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    1. lemme perch here. Why didn't she come back to Nigeria immediately she was released the first time. Left home when she is just twenty years old. Is it not better to be asewo in nigeria. She has hard mind abeg. I can't fit.

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  25. Nadia murad experienced something similar, she was kidnapped by Isis, was subjected to dehumanising acts,witnessed the killing of her familiy members, but she survived all of it. She co won the nobel peace price 2018 for using her voice as an activist to speak against sexual violence against women et al. She said when she tell her stories in gathering she don't want people to feel sorry or pity for her. Whats done is done and in the past, you can't change that, but you can change the future.
    What you are doing, putting your story out there is good, you can also take your campaign to churches, schools, mosques targeting young ones of certain age, tell them of the dangers of going down the same road you did.
    Malala was shot by the talibans because she wont give up education, today she is an advocate of the girl child education especially among muslims.
    I saw an interview of another libyan returnee on channels tv, he had a similar tale of the brutal and dehumanising treatments, the only difference was that he was never raped as a male. His campaign was to speak up and deter others from making the same mistake he did.
    I hope you find the strength to do more than this, a lot of people needs to hear your story. I'm done feeling sorry for you.

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  26. This is too much for one person. Poster you are a strong woman

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  27. Dear, I can't even begin to imagine the pain, I lack words of comfort to say to you right now.
    All I can say is MAY OUR LORD AND SAVIOR JESUS CHRIST HEAL YOU COMPLETELY.

    Dear Stella,
    This her story will make a good movie (If the poster agrees to it Shaa)
    I was thinking if you could talk to your movie friends who will adopt her story and pay her HANDSOMELY (in capital letters) and create an avenue to help her heal.
    I believe this will go a long way to teach people lessons about going to Libya.
    Is just that the stigmatization will be much I would have preferred the poster to be the main actor. (Just the way HIV victims comes out to sensitive other people) She alone can express it more better, who knows? She might just be a star that people will look up to.
    But heck no! Nigerians mentality and stigmatization might not allow her to be great!

    Biko SDKers, e jim Chukwu ayo unu, (I beg you in the name of God) nobody should come for me, it's just an innocent opinion.
    Thank you!

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  28. To think Nigerians have also joined the Arabs in selling their fellow Nigerians into slavery. These Arabs are exceptionally wicked, no wonder they joined the imperialist Obama to kill their own messiah, Colonel Gadaffi. They deserve how their country is now in shambles and they are living like animals.

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  29. Even animals have more dignity and are treated way more better than these women.
    Poster protect this your story.
    I don't know how but make enquiries.
    You can turn it into a book, etc.

    May God make a beautiful story of your now and future.
    May this your mess and mistake be turned into your miracle of a life time.
    It's well with you.

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  30. Dear Poster,

    How can we help? You need to be helped and if there is anything you need us to do, please tell us. Be it pschosocial help or otherwise.Stella, we need to help this poster. We need to.

    Shame on Nigerians that are in Libya and will stand and watch their sister get raped. Shame on all of you. Shame on those Libyan animals. Shame on Nigerians that kidnap their fellow Nigerians for money. Shame on the people in Libya enticing young girls to join them so they can be raped too. Shame on the people behind human trafficking and smuggling.

    Dear Edo sisters,
    I know intensive awareness raising is being carried out in Nigeria regarding travelling through the wrong route with focus on Edo state but it is disheartening that most of you cannot hear. The feedback is mostly not encouraging because most villages, their pastors even encourage them to travel irregularly. Their parents sell their land to send them abroad. A lot has died on the Mediterranean sea while attempting to cross over to Europe. A word is enough for the wise.

    The situation in Libya is not favourable to both legal and irregular migrants. It doesn't matter if you went there through the right means, the country has broken down and Nigerians need to leave that country as soon as possible.

    I know Libya is mostly a transit country so most people journeying there just want to cross over to Europe but how possible is that? When you get to Italy, you are kept in an asylum camp and at the end of the day, you will still get deported.

    Most people travel because of the exchange rate. When they change the money they make in Europe to Naira, it seems big but most times the pain, the trauma is certainly not worth it. As for the parents encouraging their children to go through that path, it is very wrong.

    Poster, may you find healing through this trauma.

    KING XOXO MYSTERY



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  31. This is too much to bear. God is your strength poster

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  32. Enter your comment...humm don't even kn what to say

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  33. Yes, Stella abegi let's know how to really help the poster and put smiles on her face forever. So, help us God. NMTA

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