Journalists International Forum for Migration has uncovered a set of Nigerians in hundreds battling with a critical situation in Saudi Arabia.
President of the association Mr Ajibola Abayomi, disclosed this in a statement made available to Newsmen in Abuja. Abayomi said the body had a profile of 138 ladies trafficked to the Arabian nation by a company identified as TTCO.
It is reported that this came days after the body raised the alarm over the critical situation of some trafficked 30 Nigerian ladies stranded in Lebanon.
He said the issue was unravelled in the data made available to JIFORM by the Rescue Africans in Slavery, a foundation advocating against human trafficking and child labour.
The President called for prompt attention from the Federal Government, saying some of the ladies at different locations in Saudi Arabia were in critical health condition and needed to be attended to in good time.
Also worried by the situation, the Executive Director of RAIS, Ms Omotola Fawunmi said that temporal arrangement had been made to give the ladies first aid treatment in Saudi Arabia.
According to her, one of the victims who spoke under anonymity, an English and Social Studies graduate from Adeniran Ogunsanya College of Education, Lagos state appealed for help urgently.