Nigerian Woman Trafficked To Libya, Currently In Danger, Being Hunted By Syndicate For ‘Escaping From Work’
February 2022, with more than 500 assisted in 2022.
The rescued people in March 2022 consisted of 41 women, 96 men, 14 children and 11 infants.
Those seeking economic survival see irregular migration as the best alternative, given the difficulty and resources involved in migrating through regular and legitimate routes. In many instances, very few of the original number who set out on these dangerous journeys live to tell their stories.
While many regularly drown in the Mediterranean Sea, many also die in the deserts, and others are sold as slaves in a modern slave market.
Most of the victims of this trade are from West Africa countries, and most commonly, Nigeria.
Source:- Sahara Reporters