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Watch Nigerian Migrants Being Tortured By Human Traffickers In Libya [Video]

Some shocking videos making round the web have exposed how Nigerian migrants are being tortured by suspected human traffickers.

Some heartbreaking videos have emerged online showing the moment some Nigerian migrants are being tortured by suspected human traffickers in Sabha, a city in southwestern Libya, approximately 640 kilometers south of Tripoli.

Watch Nigerian Migrants Being Tortured By Human Traffickers In Libya [Video]

A Libya-based Nigerian woman, Kate Monday, who posted the videos claimed that the horrific torture was filmed by the traffickers known as “Burgers” in Libya, seeking ransom money from the families of their captives.

One of the videos shows a man being whipped as he begged his family to “pay the money”

In another one, a helpless young man with burns, cuts and bruises across his faces, arms, torsos and legs, is seen being tortured with knife by a faceless man.

“Abeg, I don call my mummy. I don call my mummy for Nigeria. Abeg, my mummy go find the money. They don kill me mummy” he cries.

A young woman is seen in another video screaming in pain as she is being flogged.

“Abeg o. Help me. I don die. Abeg o. Help me oh. I don die .” she kept saying.

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Watch the video below;

Posted by Itz Mhiz Treazyboo on Saturday, July 31, 2021

 

KanyiDaily had reported how two Nigerian men were sentenced to life in prison and 30 years for drug trafficking and were also fined $17,500 each, by a Phnom Penh Municipal Court sitting in Cambodia.

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