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Libya Slave Trade: Charly Boy, Others Protest In Abuja

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-Protesters occupy the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in Abuja

Charly Boy, others in Abuja protesting slavery in Libya

Following reports of slave trade in Libya, Nigerian entertainer and human rights activist, Charles Oputa, otherwise known as Charly Boy and his “Our Mumu Don Do” group  have continued a staged protest against the modern day slavery.

At present the group is in Abuja, occupying the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as part of the activities for their the Libyan anti-slave trade protest.

Details as activities unfold…

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Updated on July 02, 2018 at 8:55 am