Deadly Voyage! More Nigerians are Killed in Libya than Deported

 

A Facebook user identified as McThomas Precious has raised alarm over the killing of black Africans, including Nigerians in Libya. It was recently reported in the media that more than 200 Nigerians returned from Libya a few days ago.

But Precious is saying that terrorists in that country do a lot of terrible do a lot of terrible things to black Africans after which they are brutally killed. He wrote that the dead bodies in the pictures he posted are far below the number killed daily in that country.

He is calling for awareness creation on the need to discourage people traveling through the desert, through Libya to Europe, adding that such journey often end up leading to the unsuspecting victim’s death. Read the post below:

 

 

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Chinenye Nwabueze

Nwabueze is a communication researcher with several years of lecturing experience in Nigerian universities.

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  1. chisom Janefrances

    Imagine look out the way they are killing our people….atleast this wil be of help to any of us that has a brother or sisters or relations travelling to libya to Europe should please inform him or her about this massive killing of innocent people.

  2. make them no travel, stay in your country and work they say no, now see what is happening to them, God help your people.

  3. Chukwurah chinwike Christopher

    What a mess!

  4. Nwankwo onyinye grace

    God please help our people to come home safe.. This thing that is happening is not only here in Nigeriao.

  5. Abeg black Africans stay in your country, must you travel? Stay and have your life and if at all you must travel, please be sure of the place.See how this ones just died like chicken

  6. ONWUSEREAKA REJOICE KELECHI

    Imagine how they kill the blacks like “chicken” pls it is not a must to go to a white man’s country,you can make it wherever you are;determination and hard work leads to success.You can make it even in your own country,the white man’s land is not the ultimate.

  7. May the souls of the daed rest in peace.

  8. May the souls of the dead rest in peace

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