Libyans respond to slavery claims by selfies with African workers

Libyan and African worker take a selfie (Social Media)

Selfies for Libyans and African workers have gone viral on social media on Tuesday in a youths initiative that aimed at showing the true face of treatment for Africans by Libyans in the country.

Many photos have been posted on social media showing Libyans and African workers in farms, shops, workshops, construction sites and other places.

This comes after the CNN has reported that there slave auctions where Africans are being sold for 400 dollars indifferent parts in Libya.

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