242 Nigerians Rescued From Libya, Protest Against Slavery Slated For Friday
242 Nigerians has successfully arrived Nigeria from Libya on Tuesday 28th November, 2017.
The aircraft touched down at around 9.10 pm. Registration & profiling was done by relevant agencies.
Wassupnow.com reported a story of Libyan ‘Slave Markets’ Where African Migrants Are ‘Sold’ For $400
A protest against slavery in Libya has been announced to hold on Friday in Lagos.
This follows global outcry on alleged slave trade boom, killings of migrants and human trafficking going on in the country.
The protest tagged ‘movement against second slavery’ would be held on Friday at the United Nations High commission Office.
Prominent Nigerians have called out the Nigerian Government for keeping quiet over the ugly development. The government later issued the statement below.