Charly Boy, his Our-Mumu-Don-Do group, and others are storming the Libyan Embassy this Thursday morning to register disgust and anger over the trading in Nigerians and others in the northern African country.
The anger is growing as analysts insist that the United States of America, France, and western countries should be blamed for how Libya has turned out.
One, Yohanna Ibn Sarki, said: “The real people responsible for all these are Sarkozy, Obama, Cameron, Hilary Clinton and the UN. Where are they today? In their homes relaxing and holidaying all over the world.
“To think of it that the President of France was calling on African leaders today to come together to stop this. When they (the African leaders) tried settling the problem in Libya amicably they were shoved aside and unleashed a civil war in the Country. Now see what Libya is like today.
“In my very own opinion, African leaders should come together and hold the West accountable and have them come to clear the mess they created in Libya. This is the Democratic Libya they wanted.
“The LORD will have mercy on those poor souls.”
In a statement announcing plans to storm the Libyan Embassy, the coalition of groups said Wednesday: “We are horrified by the reports and footage of hundreds of Africans, including Nigerians, being sold into slavery by slave dealers in Libya as published by CNN and several other international media houses.
“These videos show men, women and children being sold for as little as $400. They also show the dehumanizing conditions in which these victims are kept, beaten, starved and killed.
“It is shocking to find that slave trade, a horrible part of African history which is best confined to our collective past and best studied to avoid a repeat, is being conducted so brazenly in these modern times.
“As part of efforts to condemns these acts of inhumanity, we shall be holding peaceful sit outs in front of the Libyan Embassy in Nigeria as follows:
Venue: Libyan Embassy, Roseline Ukeje Close, Kyari Muhammed crescent, off Justice Sowemimo street, Asokoro, Abuja.
Date: Thursday Nov 29, 2017
“We urge all members of the public and the media to join us as we seek to promote humanity and the dignity of the African person.
“God bless Nigeria.”