- A Nigerian lady called Esther (not real name) has narrated the shocking details of what she passed through while in Libya
- The lady said she left Nigeria with the hope of crossing to Europe where she thought she would make it and return to help her family back home
- However, the journey turned sour for Esther who narrowly escaped death as those in charge of illegal migration killed people for no reason
A Nigerian lady who left the country in search of greener pastures abroad has said the journey was not palatable at all as she passed through hell.
According to her, she left Nigeria with the hope of crossing to Europe through Libya but that became impossible because she followed an illegal route.
They were killing people anyhow
She said those in charge of the illegal migration route killed people with ease or at the slightest provocation. She told LegitTV in an interview:
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"During that time, they were killing people anyhow in Libya for no reason. Arabo, they kill people anyhow. They do things the way they want. So you cannot question them because you are not in your country."
Reacting to the video on Youtube, Augustine Ijebome said:
"I don’t understand our Nigeria people, why do they have to pay all that money knowing fully well that crossing to Europe via Libya is not a guarantee journey. Actually I don’t feel sorry for any of them they deserve what they get."
Libya is tougher than Rambo Film
In a related story, Legit.ng reported that a Nigerian man called Harrison Friday disclosed Libya is tougher than Rambo film. He said this due to the pitiable condition of those who tried to go to Europe through the country.
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According to the man, he travelled to Libya in search of greener pastures after serving his boss in Nigeria as an apprentice. He said the journey did not favour him at all as he nearly lost his life.
Harrison lamented that he lost at least 200 of his friends with whom he travelled to the North African country. He said he will not advise anyone to undertake the precarious journey.