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Bukola Oriola

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Nationality  American
Years active  1999-present
Ethnicity  Nigerian American
Organization  Imprisoned Show
Citizenship  United States
Name  Bukola Oriola
Occupation  Journalist

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Born  1976Nigeria
Residence  Anoka County, Minnesota, United States
Books  Imprisoned: The Travails of a Trafficked Victim

Interview with human trafficking survivor bukola oriola and linda miller of civil society 1 of 2


Bukola Oriola (born 1976) is a Nigerian-American journalist. She lives in Anoka County, Minnesota, and has a son named Samuel Jacobs. She spent six years as a journalist covering education in Nigeria while still living in that country. In 2005, she came to the United States from Nigeria on a two-month work permit in order to cover a New York City meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. She married a US citizen who prevented her from establishing interpersonal relationships with anyone other than himself. He subjugated her to a life of unfree labour, confiscating all of her earnings. She was imprisoned in her home in this manner for two years.

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Interview with human trafficking survivor bukola oriola and linda miller of civil society 2 of 2


Publicity

She wrote and self-published a book Imprisoned: The Travails of a Trafficked Victim about her experiences with human trafficking. In August 2013, she appeared on a discussion panel following a screening of the documentary film Not My Life at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs' Cowles Auditorium.

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