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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Voice Up Against Slave Trade In Libya..

Have you singed the petition to stop the on-going slave trade in Libya?That'S great!
Can you do one more thing?Please call this number and raise your voice against this Injustice!!!




MEMO TO NIGERIAN CELEBS AND ACTIVISTS

Please do not post Once and keep quiet,keep lending your voice to this Injustice until something is done!..Thank you

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    1. I like the attention this issue is getting. It will be over soon. Libya is not just it.

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  2. That line is continuously busy-for obvious reasons-but I got through once even though it wasn't picked up.

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  3. Where are all those chanting celebrities?
    Let them join the Charlie boy protest match that has been scheduled for the Libyan embassy.
    Social media rant is not enough.

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  4. They should also put up one for AU, African leaders really need to do something about this.
    #notoslavery
    #humanlivesmatter

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  5. Stella, this number alone isn't enough. I called the number several times it was busy but then one went through but no one answered.

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  6. Nice one.
    I am truly glad we all agree on something wholeheartedly.

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  7. Great move!
    I still haven’t heard anything concrete from our government. Are they still keeping quiet?
    #SayNoToModenSlavery

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  8. Enter your comment...Do you think its only libya that nigerians are sold as slaves. ? Nigerians are sold in many countries across europe ,saudi, dubai,qatar even in some west african countries. Its high time nigerians revolt seriously against the rulling class.

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  9. And then stella how about an enlighteenment campaign for these people to learn to sit their ases in their country. Or @ least if they have to travel let them do it the right to avoid things like this. Cos truth is if this slavery thing is stopped now, what abt d abuse dey suffer on their way to these countries thru the sahara. The rape, the torture and everything, even in the prisons when they are eventually apprehended on their illegal mission into the country.

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