… an additional $17 million is necessary to help maintain the new aircraft and urged donors to prepare to give that amount as well.
A 25-year-old woman, Esosa Osas, who was in Libya for six months, said she also met many Nigerians selling their countrymen.
“The men on the pick-up were brought to a square, or parking lot, where a kind of slave trade was happening. There were locals – he described them as Arabs – buying sub-Saharan migrants,”
The footage, captured via mobile phone, shows young men being auctioned off like merchandise…