VIDEO: Human Beings Sold For As Low As $400 In Libya



The booming slave trade in Libya has
left many hearts broken after images and video footages of how captives
have been subjected to horrendous treatment by their assailants awaiting
to be sold out like commodities went viral.

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In one of the video circulating on
social media, a prospective buyer indicates his preference for Nigerian
men saying they are ‘big strong boys for farm work.’
The sad development that has left
African leaders devastated appears to be a boom for the auctioneers who
in the videos can be heard shouting prices, before one of the men is
sold for 1,200 Libyan dinars – the equivalent of about $800 or £665.
Meanwhile, Ghana managed to facilitate
the airlifting of one hundred and twenty-seven (127) migrants who were
in various detention centres into the country on Wednesday after being
arrested by Libyan authorities.


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Reports said one of the migrant is said
to be a critical condition following the deteriorating conditions of the
Libyan detention centres
 Air Libya and Afriqiya Airways brought
in all the 127 after being   escued from detention centres in Libya
following CNN’s footage of migrants being auctioned off as slaves in
Libya.
Some claimed colleague Ghanaians are
responsible for their predicament as they were reported to be neck-deep
in the illicit trade
 “I went there because my husband was
working there, he was involved in an accident at his workplace and on
our way to the hospital we were arrested by the Police”, one of those
rescued recounted how she was arrested.

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 Country Director of International
Organization for Migration Sylvia Lopez said more voluntary returns
should be expected in the coming weeks and months.
Minister of Foreign Affairs, Madam
Shirley Ayorkor Botchway is however expected to answer an urgent
question in parliament filed by Ranking Member, Samuel Okudzeto Ablakwa
about the situation in Libya and steps she is taking to guarantee safety
of Ghanaians.


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