Players that matter in the Libyan slave trade enterprise must conduct conclusive investigations into the matter of the alleged actions that have sparked outrage around the world.
An immediate trip by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and other stake holders to the detention centers in Libya where most of the Ghanaian people are captured will not be out of place.
The chairman of the select committee on Foreign Affairs in Parliament, Hon. Frank Annor Dompreh has said.
The legislature for Nsawam Adoagyiri in the Eastern Region of Ghana said the move when embarked upon will help bring the matter under normalcy.
He made the statement in Parliament calling on all Africans to stand against the alleged slave business in Libya.
In the statement he said African migrants are sold at $200 to $500 to work for three months amidst abuses.
The Member of Parliament said 26886 migrants have crossed to Italy from different countries which are over 7000 more than during the same period in 2016.
Source: Kofi Doe Lawson/hbtvghana.com