My Husband Died at Sea on our Way to Italy: 31-Year-Old Libya Returnee Shares Her Survival Story in New Video

My Husband Died at Sea on our Way to Italy: 31-Year-Old Libya Returnee Shares Her Survival Story in New Video

  • Deborah and her husband had left Nigeria for Libya en route to Italy in 2018 in search of greener pastures
  • One thing led to another and her husband met his tragic end on the Mediterranean Sea, meaning the mission had to be aborted
  • In an exclusive interview with Legit TV, the 31-year-old shared how she has reintegrated into the Nigerian society since her return

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Deborah Imagbeghian is a Nigerian hustler who is into a number of vocations including hairdressing and pedicure.

This she ventured into since her return to Nigeria after a failed trip to Italy.

31-year-old female Libya returnee shares touching story of how she lost her husband to the sea
Deborah started all over again upon her return to the country
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In an interview with Legit TV, the 31-year-old lady narrated how she had left the country with her husband in 2018 to seek greener pastures.

They had pursued this through the infamous Libya route.

How Deborah survived the Mediterranean waters

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According to the lady, before embarking on the trip, they were warned that the zodiac wasn't good but still went on the boat trip.

At the Mediterranean sea, their boat capsized with her husband one of the many persons who lost their lives.

Deborah survived the ugly incident thanks to where she was seated on the boat. The Nigerian woman explained that only those who were positioned around the boat engine lost their lives - she sat at the opposing end.

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Meanwhile, it was previously reported that a Libya returnee who sold sachet water to feed 4 kids had got help from Nigerians.

The Edo-born woman, who spoke with Legit TV, had given an appalling tale of how she was stranded in Libya, a war-ravaging country connecting Africa to Europe, in a desperate search of a verdant field of promise.

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According to the mother of four kids, her husband abandoned her with the children in what eventually forced her to travel to Libya in search of greener pastures.

Akonedo disclosed that she was working as a salesgirl before leaving the shores of Nigeria only for her situation to be a horrid shift from frying pan to fire.

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