Few days ago, the story of how some Africans sold their fellow Africans for $400 in Libya was reported by CNN and it sparked a global outrage.
So far, more than 200 Nigerians have been sent back into the country, however, this has not stopped people from speaking out against the inhumane act.
This report has also opened up discussions as regards slave trade in the 21st century with many likening it to how people treat their house helps.
Yetunde Edunjobi, in her recent vlog, “Househelp or Slave?” shares her thoughts on the way domestic staffs are treated.
From warning them not to use house hold items used by other members of the family, to not paying their salaries on time, asking them to sit away from the family in public places and maltreating them in any form, Yetunde explained it’s slavery.
She also talked about people who employ children as househelp and making them do house chores that they would never allow their children do.
Calling for a better society, Yetunde hopes that these situations would be addressed with necessary changes put in place.