Yellow Tales of a Nigerian Housemaid (completed)

Yellow Tales of a Nigerian Housemaid (completed)

55.7K Reads 7.8K Votes 60 Part Story
Marian Onukwufor By WeirderMum Completed

Highest Rank #1 in Non Fiction 14/12/17

NOW A WATTPAD FEATURED STORY 20/10/2017 

Based on a true life story. 

Have you ever struggled to survive? 
Faced with constant sexual abuse?
Beaten and left for dead?
How did you survive?

It's central theme is abuse. This true story showcases the various horrible experiences most housemaids are forced to undergo in the hands of their guardians in Nigeria and in other parts of the world. It is a heart wrenching story which must definitely bring tears to your eyes. 

And if you were once a housemaid, this story might make you relive past experiences you once had. 

It also tries to show how most parents become involuntary accomplices to their child's plight. 

It is based on a true events, however names and characters, location and scenes have been changed for personal and security reasons.

All rights reserved. Please do not share or use any part of this story without express permission from the author. 

Say no to plagiarism!

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EmbersofFiction EmbersofFiction Dec 21, 2017
I really love this line, "I was dead with fear." It's short, jarring, and very emotive.
I didn't know they lock schools with security guards, and they won't let students in if they are late.
Itohaniam Itohaniam Nov 30, 2017
Imagine reading this story all over from the begining agin after getting to chapter 49 cos of how interesting it is. Please keep updating some of us are dying of suspense.
This chapter made me feel for you character, dear author. I wanted a change in my story readings, so I decided to look at something different, a tale from Nigeria ...  unique and a taste of Africa I need to see ! 😀
Gosh, these adults don't have a heart! Wonder if the tables will be turned when the kids get older and they become  the elderly. Will the kids they treated as dirt help them? 😐
duopencils duopencils Dec 07, 2017
It's so heartbreaking that in some places, like in Nneogo's case, missing school is worse then abuse. It really makes me understand how elsewhere we take things (school, clean water, well paying jobs ect.) for granted.