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The Charge d’Affaires of Nigeria in Libya Fachano has said that there is an element of truth in the recent slave trade video by the Cable News Network (CNN).
Vice President Professor Yemi Osinbajo, while reacting to the alleged slave trade in Libya, advised young Nigerians against embarking on illegal trips abroad.
A young Nigerian barber, Victor Imasuen, who was sold into slavery in Libya while trying to pass the country on his way to Europe has recounted his ordeal.
No fewer than 650 Libyan deportees returned to Edo state over the past three months and the tales of their sojourn in the north African country, Libya.
A Nigerian lady, Olu Bunmi, has rescued a young girl who was allegedly being used by her madam in Lagos. Read full story and more on NAIJ.com website!
Some Nigerians who returned from Libya have narrated sordid tales of how they were kidnapped and eventually sold into slavery by their Nigerian counterparts,
The Libya government has reacted to the slave trade of Africans in Tripoli, and condemned the act as criminal and call on international communities for help.
European and African leaders have set themselves a tall order to stamp out horrific abuse of African migrants, some of them Nigerians being sold in Libya.
Nollywood actress, Caroline Danjuma has called out her colleagues over not showing up for the protest against the ongoing slavery in Libya. Read more on NAIJ
The Concerned Nigerians, a group led by Charly Boy, stormed the Libyan embassy in Abuja, on November 30, to protest against the ongoing slavery in Libya.
For some days now, social media has been agog with many Nigerians talking against the slave trade and maltreatment of Nigerians and other black people in Libya.
Some civil society groups are currently protesting at the Libyan embassy over buying and selling of Nigerians by slave traders in the African country.
In this opinion by Bada Yusuf, he points out the importance of historical perspective of slavery and how this should help dissuade this terrible activities.
Equiano, a brave Nigerian who helped stop slave trade over 270 years ago was today, Monday, celebrated by Google’s Doodle for his role in end of slave trade.
There is something about going to nature, walking in a forests, staying by fountains or relaxing at beaches. A visit to Badagry is more that just a nature trip.
A group of parents say a school in the U.S. are enraged after finding out some of their black offspring were being "offered" at a school slave auction.