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‘Nigerian Housekeeper for Sale’ Advert by Lebanese Prompts Calls to End Modern-Day Slavery

‘Nigerian Housekeeper for Sale’ Advert by Lebanese Prompts Calls to End Modern-Day Slavery

Using a Facebook group dedicated to selling and buying products in the country, a Lebanese young man attempted to “sell” the housekeeper working in his house for $1000 drawing lots of criticism to what has been known as “modern-day slavery”.

The Lebanese “seller” attached a photocopy of the housekeeper’s passport and captioned it with an “offer to sell her” for $1000. In his post, he mentioned that “she’s African” and then added her country of origin’s name; Nigeria between brackets. 

The post concluded with the words: “She has valid paperwork that was issued recently. She’s 30 years old, active, and very clean.”

Social media users both Nigerian and Lebanese took to Twitter to protest the content of the post and how it represents some people’s racist attitude towards domestic workers, calling it “modern-day slavery.”

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