Nigerian Facebook User Mcthomas Precious shared the heartbreaking Photos with the below caption;·
For those who don’t know the dangers of this route
Please tell everyone it is 99.9% unsafe.
The more dangers you see, the worse dangers ahead.
What beats my imagination most is when some persons succeed, they see’s it as a normal thing and start giving a wrong advice but if the real person tries to give details about the dangers in the route, they start saying the GOD that see’s you through will also help them through.
Africans are dying always in Libya and the desert and sea is taking thousands of lives even the Libya prisons are occupied with Africans.
And our damn wicked and brainless leaders has refused to learn from the white man on how to protect the lives of it’s citizens.
All they need is just the name, power and money.
And when anyone tries to speak out for the helpless citizens, he automatically become the headlines of any broadcasting stations around the nation while they immediately start probing the innocent helper from the left and right.
Aren’t you tired of unfaithful world?
Don’t you think it’s time we speak for each other if they can’t speak for us?
HELP THE BLIND TO SEE AND THE DAFT TO HEAR ABOUT THIS DANGEROUS ROUTE
Thanks.
I’m your faithful brother and a friend
Mcthomas Precious

 

Before we know this, we already received This  heart melting news on our desk:

More than 200,000 people, most of them children, are at risk of starving to death next year in areas of Nigeria affected by the Boko Haram insurgency and other insurgencies in Africa the United Nations is warning.

Intense fighting in parts of Nigeria, Chad, Niger and Cameroon has left more than 2 million people displaced, farmers unable to harvest their crops and aid groups unable to reach isolated communities. One small state in Nigeria has more displaced people than the entire refugee influx that arrived in Europe last year.

This insurgency and other political&social wars   have created huge migration flows within all over African and Toby Lanzer, the UN assistant secretary general warned that many of displaced people may eventually try to reach Europe and USA “You’ve been totally focused on people arriving [in Europe] because of problems in Syria and Afghanistan,” he said. “But over the course of the next five years, I can predict – and I’d be willing to bet a month’s salary – that the proportion of people who will arrive in Europe from Nigeria, Chad, Cameroon ,……..and via Niger will grow substantially.”

 

 

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