Just In: Charlyboy Group Takes Libya’s Slave Protests To Foreign Affairs

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Good governance protesters led by veteran musician, Charles Oputa, also known as Charly Boy, on Monday stormed the Foreign Affairs Ministry in Abuja to demand proactive and reactive steps from the federal government over the plight of Nigerians sold as slaves in Libya.

The group carried out the protest strapped in chains, handcuffs and sealed mouth to drive home their points.

This comes as the Nigerian Charge D’Affaire to Libya, Ambassador Iliya Danladi Fachano, addressed the media on reports of auctioning of Nigerian migrants and kidnapping for ransom in the country.

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