Video: Human beings caged up like sardines in Libya


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A video circulating everywhere on the internet demonstrates hundreds of human being gasping for breath in a cage.

A portion of the folks who could be heard talking in the cage was communicating in the Akan language of Ghana. They sent a supplication for assistance through a certain man called Sam.

The video was shared by Kwese Tv Presenter Efia Odo on her twitter handle asking for the government of Ghana to come to their aid.

The North African nation of Libya has known no harmony as far back as their previous Leader Gaddafi was killed.

The nation at present has 4 distinct gatherings controlling various regions. They are the Government of National Accord, National Salvation Government, ISIL and Libya National Army.


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