- Efia Odo has shared a video of some Ghanaians fighting for their lives in Libya
- In the video, these Ghanaians have been caged up like sardines
- Social media users have reacted after seeing the video
Ghanaian actress and TV personality, Efia Odo, is not happy over the current condition of some Ghanaians in Libya.
Efia Odo has shared a sad video of some Ghanaians fighting for their lives in the North African country.
In the video sighted by YEN.com.gh, some Ghanaians numbering over 100 were seen in a small cage.
Looking at the video, one of the men stated that there’s a dead man in the back and on currently in critical condition.
However, Efia Odo who broke down in tears after sharing the video wrote, “I’m sorry that I have to post this, and I’m sure it’ll be nothing but a post to most of you, but my heart is bleeding as I watch this video."
The controversial actress then called on President Akufo-Addo, “Please @nakufoaddo help my brothers in Libya to at least get medical attention/ care..”
The video has attracted massive comments from social media users as they took to the comment section to make their views known.
@a.bellaroma_: “Please we should help let this go viral if it was dear afia in bikini like they will not sleep talking left and right hmm.”
@peterarmandboyo: "OmG this is absolutely outrageous. This is what we are fighting for everyday to eradicate human trafficking and create awareness to the public not to fall victim. Thanks for sharing. Will repost this."
@kalifa_gafa: “ This been human life, they won't bother to talk about it ooo!!!! Lord have mercy on them! Bless up for sharing, at least all I can do is to pray 4 dem.”
@dangoteii quizzed: “@efia_odo is there a demand for them to be freed? If yes how can I help coz I really want to.
@_velianam_: “Awwww this is very sad they leave to search for greener pastures and they end up inhuman situations God have mercy our president should please do something.”
Watch the video below:
In other news, former Black Stars striker Junior Agogo has been laid to rest and photo have surfaced online.
The final funeral rites of the former Black Stars goal poacher came off on Saturday, September 20, 2019 in London.
Agogo was cremated in a private cremation ceremony at St. Mark’s Church, 114 Hamilton Terrace, London NW8 9UT.
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