I Slept Among Corpses in Libya - Nigerian Returnee
The hope of finding greener pastures in 2016 saw Imasuen Richie leave his home on his way to Europe to make a better life for himself and improve the lives of his mother and siblings at home. Sadly, he found himself stuck in Libya, inside a prison after he was sold as a slave, writes Simon Ebegbulum for Saturday Vanguard.
A Libyan prison (file photo)
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