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The current situation in Libya, involving slavery and human trafficking, has been brought to global attention because we now live in the age of communication where nothing good or bad can be hidden forever.
But the situation is far worse than has been depicted.
The Nigerians who have been brought back from Libya have told heart-rending stories of woe and misery: how they were sold into slavery by the Arabs and by their own Nigerian brothers and sisters, how they were subjected to all forms of indignity including rape, extortion, and torture, and how living in Libya is now the equivalent of a trip to hell.
Quite a number of issues deserve closer interrogation to enable us to appreciate the depth of this crisis.
The government provided infrastructure, and although Ghadaffi soon became a practical dictator, he managed to grow a sense of Libyan identity and unity.This has always been a risky venture, but the traffic continues to grow.It is also an organized criminal operation involving gangs at home, and along the route.The Libyan story today is a sorry advertisement for the abuse of NATO and the failure of the American foreign policy process.The multinational coalition that intervened in the Libyan civil war in 2011 and made the removal of Libyan strongman Muammar Ghadaffi its primary objective must by now be full of regrets.