Traveling to Hell Through Hell! See Gory Photos of Hundreds of Nigerians Who Died of Starvation While Trying to Cross Desert to Europe

These photos might look frightening bu they represent the reality of what is happening to a number of Nigerians traveling through the Sahara Desert to Europe. These photos were posted in January this year. You might say they are stale but the truth is that some young people are still planning to travel through that route probably because they are being deceived to believe that the route is safe. That is why we are re-posting these pictures to present the true picture of the journey to hell through hell.

The gory photos along with a message were first shared on Facebook in January this Year by Mcthomas Precious who warned others who might be thinking of embarking on such a journey against doing so.
It is not safe to travel to Europe through the Sahara Desert! Period!!!

For those of you still thinking of considering that route to Europe, please read the warning Mcthomas Precious gave in January when he first posted these gory pictures:

 

“For those who don’t know the dangers of this route

Please tell everyone it is 99.9% unsafe.

 The more dangers you see, the worse dangers ahead. 
What beats my imagination most is when some persons succeed, they sees (sic) it as a normal thing and start giving a wrong advice but if the real person tries to give details about the dangers in the route, they start saying the GOD that sees you through will also help them through.
Africans are dying always in Libya and the desert and sea is (sic) taking thousands of lives even the Libya prisons are occupied with Africans. And our damn wicked and brainless leaders have refused to learn from the white man on how to protect the lives of it’s citizens.
So what do you think? Stay back in Nigeria and struggle with others to make or…travel to hell through hell?
The choice is yours.

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Chinenye Nwabueze

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

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