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Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Over 200 Nigerians Detained in Libya

“So far, we have over 200 Nigerians being detained in various parts of Libya. We do not know their fate. We are praying that they will not be killed like other black migrant workers. The general pattern is that the rebels mount roadblocks and everytime black people are sighted in a bus, they will quickly arrest them and hound them into various cells in the city." Daramola Siji, spokesman for trapped Nigerians in Tripoli. - The Nation

Someone should please pass this news to our Foreign Affairs Minister, thanks

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

i dnt even understand d way things are going in dis world again,dey av turn huban being to goat in libya.

Anonymous said...

and our foreign minister said no Nigerian has been held captive, some one should please teach these people their jobs. Why not keep shut if you don't know instead of misleading people. *mcheeeeeeeeew*

My experience at the Return of Jenifa Premier said...

It's a lie. Naija govt has said no Nigerians are in Libya, talk less of Nigerians being inconvenienced lol

Anonymous said...

where were these so-called Nigerians when their mates were evacuated back home? why didn't they request for help since if they really wanted to come back home? they were feeling like sharp guys since abi?! now wey the bone don hook dem for throat dem dey look for who to blame....!!! mssccheeeeewww...!!

Anonymous said...

This is the same rebel group that Nigerian government is supporting. so south Africa is right. This is pathetic. Even France and the US that are supporting the rebels are doing so at their own peril or for their selfish gain. African leaders should come together and put an end to this barbaric act.

Anonymous said...

hmm. May God protect them. Wouldnt wish this on my worst enemy.

Anonymous said...

Oh my God. Please they should do something and help immediately B4 they r killed.

Ama said...

The most painful thing is that we Nigerians treat people from Libya like gods in our own country. What a shame.

Anonymous said...

Olorun mu yin! What are you doing Libya of all places?? I pray they come back home alive and that they have learnt their lessons. All the ones that went to Libya and claimed to be America or UK will be exposed.

Dare said...

Articles like this are an example of quick, helpful asnwers

Alancash said...

they dont look like Nigerians.....

enyiHART said...

When others were being evacuated, they decided to remain. We kno say our country is not the best, but sometimes we all have to be realistic. Now they have themselves to blame for not leaving Libya with their mates. May God Almighty protect them, and give them the sense to return home as soon as our leaders decide to do something...

Galore said...

ANDREW DON CHECK OUT OO;;NIGERIA GO BETTER,,,STAY AND BUILD YOUR COUNTRY,,NIGERIA GO BETTER..........Hmm........GREENER PASTURE........na wa!!!ANDREW DON CHECK OUT OO;;NIGERIA GO BETTER,,,STAY AND BUILD YOUR COUNTRY,,NIGERIA GO BETTER..........Hmm........GREENER PASTURE........na wa!!!

doll said...

when the president sent jets to Libya, why did they not come back????SMH

Anonymous said...

that foreign minister is a bastard for making that comment yesterday,what is our government doing concerning its citizen in Libya, for God sake they should bring those people home in safety.

Anonymous said...

You idiots saying they should've returned, to what?? The same hardship they were sending their folks money to ease? I don't blame you, una don chop setay you think say you don beleful. Una no know say una wey dey chop be minority? Abeg!! This is a temporary condition, even they know that. They'd rather wait it out, and I don't blame them. I blame those good-for-nothing Islamic hypocrites.

Anonymous said...

They tot dat d war ws nt goin engulf dem dis much**sharp boy**They tot dat d war ws nt goin engulf dem dis much**sharp boy**

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