Returnee from Libya Reveals How Ghanaians Kidnap Other Ghanaians to Take Part in the Evil Slave Trade – Watch VIDEO

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A Ghanaian returnee from Libya has revealed how contrary to what we all think, it’s not just North Americans who are maltreating their fellow Africans in the country.

Not surprisingly, some Ghanaians are also in Libya taking advantage of other Ghanaians, maltreating them to make money for themselves.

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One Ghanaian who went to Libya for greener pastures and found himself in trouble has returned to tell his story and it’s very sad.

Whilst the Arabs are maltreating our brothers, selling them into slavery, other Ghanaians are also up there doing their own version of it.

According to the returnee, when he got to Libya he was kidnapped by a Ghanaian, who held him hostage until his family in Ghana paid a ransom for his release.

He revealed that he was held for over three months and within that period, he and his fellow captors were constantly tortured until the ransom was paid.

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It’s amazing what people would do for money, even to their own compatriots.

Watch the guy narrate his story below…

Source: GhanaCelebrities.Com


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