Sad News emanating from Lybia explains that a group of Ghanaians have suffered in the hands of gun wielding Kidnappers. In the process of struggle, one Kamal who Hails From Kumasi was shot dead. Out of fear, the others surrendered and were taken captives.
The reports further indicates that Kamal was resisting and tried to fight the rebels. An online News portal located in Lybia called LYBIA NEWS broadcasted the sad news. They added that, the sad news occurred at a place called Zanzoor around Mushashfar Government Hospital.
This is not the first time Ghanaians have suffered such a sorrowful fate in the land of foreigners. Some of them come back home to tell the tragic stories from the deadly Lybia desert.
Despite enough campaigns against illegal migration, some people still embark on this risky journey. According to Journalist Alhassan Bamba Thiob, most Africans that enter into Lybia though unapproved routes becomes target for kidnapping and human rights abuse.
May the dead rest in perfect peace as we search for the kidnapped.
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