My House Guard Broke Into My House When I Was Alone Around 7:30, I Begged Him But He Refused- Lady Laments

In a viral video, a young lady identified as Oyin narrated a horrific experience that she had few years ago when she was attacked by her own house guard who was a Fulani man, named Sani. In this video, the lady said she was alone in her house around 7:30 on the 4th of February, 2018 when she was attacked. She said she was in the house when her Security Guard and his colleagues broke into her home and attacked her. The lady said that his guard, Sani invited his colleagues to come and attack her and they forced their way into her house. When they got inside, she said she screamed for help but there was no one but her house girl in the house.

She said that when they entered, they raped her house girl and they also attempted to rape her but when she proved stubborn, they started hacking and stabbing her with cutlass. In order to show the authenticity of her story, she showed the scars that the Machete left on her body since then. See pictures.She said they later left after raping her house girl and their efforts to rape her proved abortive. She was in the pool of her own blood as she drove herself and her house girl to the hospital. Little did she know that she was pregnant as at that time, it was when she was receiving treatment in the hospital that she found out that she had been pregnant before the attack. She said she was so depressed and traumatized with the experience. She has now left Nigeria for United States because of the bad experience.

She alleged that the police escorts that were sent to her even attempted to sleep with her house girl that was raped. She said they started extorting her and she was paying irrelevant fees just because she wanted to fight for justice. She said that the Police told her that the case is beyond the Police and it ought to be with SARS. She said she was paying them money but the result was not satisfactory, so she later dropped the case.

After she left the house, she said she sent her brother to pick something from the house but when he got there, he realized that those guys later came back to her apartment and carted away and vandalized her properties. She said that she alerted the Police again and they told her that she needed security because it seems the attackers are after her life. She said that the Police even suggested that maybe she had an affair with the man, Sani, which she denied.

She said she always treated the man like a family. She said she even invited her to some of her outings so that he would not be bored at home. She treated him very well but he repaid her with evil. She said her husband was meant to move in few days before the attack and the Police thought that was what triggered the attack. She said that the Police suggested to her that maybe she led the guard on and got his hopes high of marrying her but later got annoyed when he found out that her husband was coming home. She said this was what the Police suggested.

She said she has now moved out of the country for her own peace of mind. She said she is now living in the United States but she just needed to speak out for people to know and learn from her experience.


  1. Too bad but a lesson. I’m not judging but trying to air my opinion. Many people believe that Hausas and Fulanis make good house guards and so employ them without thorough investigation. Also because people want some distance from their tribesmen, the employ outsiders and end up paying bitterly. Another is how do you dress in the presence of your male workers, I mean what kind of subliminal message are you passing simply because you’re the madam of the house? We tend to forget or neglect about natural instinct (and the power thereof) that runs the affair of male and female gender. What the male sees is what he reacts to when opportunity presents itself. I am not preaching rape, but warning to prevent its possibility. Just the way women feel that men want something by looking at them, so men feels like women want something by exposing certain body parts before them often.

  2. These days, it’s just too dangerous to employ a fulani man as a security guard. They are more dangerous than the armed robbers they were learnt to ward off.Demons in human form.

  3. I agree with you in the area of dressing appropriately before our domistic staff.

    Culturally, Sani does not see any woman flesh except that of his wife or girlfriend not even that of his mother or sisters meanwhile, it’s unlikely that you walk round your compound half necked.

    Above state does not justify his criminal action all the same.

  4. Employing the so called mai-guard is a very big risk, if you ask people who employed them before one will never think of engaging them because they are evil. I live in sabo Sagamu, an Hausa\ Fulani community, so I can say categorically that they are never good neighbors.

  5. That is right many people will let thier lesson from your mistake
    Upon all what is happening in Nigera connected to Fulanis, you still have gullet to employe Fulani to Brother of Gumi 👹 as your Security man
    Thank God you have not been killed

  6. Good finishing, good message, good teachings. For the embarrassment sorry about that. Amd don’t let it demoralized you. God bless you.

  7. Please my fellow women dress well before God and man because the way you dress is the way you are going to be addressed.

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