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Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by IamHeWrites: 12:11am On Nov 29
After several foreign celebrities have reacted to it, and after been called out by actress Georgina Onuoha, Nigerian celebrities have finally raised their voices to bring awareness to the Slave trade going on in Libya.

All the celebrities pictured above and more reacted via their Instagram pages.

See their posts below;

http://www.estnt.com/2017/11/davido-don-jazzy-dj-cuppy-others.html

Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by mayweather145: 12:17am On Nov 29
They should pls one way or the other do something about it. Like campaign against it And put an end to this nonsense.
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by mikolo80: 12:20am On Nov 29
who reaction epp?

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by IamHeWrites: 12:28am On Nov 29

Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by itspzpics(m): 1:16am On Nov 29
in this century... slavery ke

SEE HOW DBANJ REACT TO THIS
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Ayblaize(m): 1:30am On Nov 29
But why is it that after Chris Brown's reaction,a foreign artiste went viral today...That was when our celebs started their own reaction too... Reaction yin ma blow ni

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by COOLHOMIE(m): 9:34am On Nov 29
Just end this
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by kay29000(m): 9:34am On Nov 29
Reaction everywhere...we need ACTION.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Nonnyflex(m): 9:34am On Nov 29
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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by IamLaura(f): 9:34am On Nov 29
They had to wait for a black American artiste -Chris brown to speak out before they knew that they will react.
If any small attack happens in Germany or Paris they will be the first to start posting pray for this country or dat neglecting all the Boko haram attacks and issues we are facing here in Nigeria/Africa.
I cant believe we are going back to slavery again,history is repeating itself and right under the hands of our own "fellow African brothers".
God I can't question you,but sometimes I wonder why you made me among this non progressive race. It is well

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Offpoint: 9:34am On Nov 29
mtww....Reaction without Acting and Actions is that one a reaction?
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let dem release song on that and shoot a movie on that... after all an average Nigeria movie can be acted in less than 2hours, and average Nigeria music can be made in less than 15 minutes.
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if you're using Glo and you're are bored and you need someone to talk to, just drop your Glo line let's talk...
their useless bonus on my line is 15k plus and have no single glo contact on my contact list.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by lastempero: 9:35am On Nov 29
Big up to Chris brown for teaching our yeyebrities,what it's to be a celebrity.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Dollabiz: 9:35am On Nov 29
Copy copy

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by NwaAmaikpe: 9:35am On Nov 29
shocked

Nigerian yeyebrities and their bandwagon syndrome.

It took Chris Brown and Georgina Onuoha to wake them all up.

Well my people, don't be discouraged.
If you can leave Nigeria to Libya through the desert .
Please leave; most people eventually make it to Italy.

Naija no be am o!

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by chukslawrence(m): 9:35am On Nov 29
Were they waiting for Chris Brown? Awon were!
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Foxrain: 9:35am On Nov 29
Did flavour really type this shocked
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Jesse01(m): 9:35am On Nov 29
I swear God punish all dis people call nigeria celebrities hw many of dem react wen 26 Nigeria gals drowned at d Mediterranean sea none, hw many of dem react wen flood hit Benue none, just because Chris brown talk, all of dem don dey talk. NONSENSE.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Bevista: 9:36am On Nov 29
Quite embarrassing how we (black) Africans treat issues concerning our fellows. First, we all had to wait for a foreign news media to figure out what was going on and alarm the world. Even after that, we still had to wait for our western celebs to condemn this evil first before we realise we need to lend our voice.
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Things like these give credibility to those that say that Africans are, indeed, incapable of governing themselves.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Alexgeneration(m): 9:37am On Nov 29
Foolish people, na now them wake up.
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Queendoncom(f): 9:37am On Nov 29
It all ends on the gram.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Getintouch2004(m): 9:37am On Nov 29
Actions and not reactions please. Let the government be proactive to stop this mess
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by orjikuramo(m): 9:37am On Nov 29
Annoying people, until Chris breezy reacted, y'all have just been staring. This ISH has been trending on twitter since 2 weeks ago as we have been calling for help.

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Bigajeff(m): 9:37am On Nov 29
Social media buzz is not enough but calling this people to order cc: @united nation @african union etc
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Andrewgame42: 9:37am On Nov 29
Lemme quickly react to the slave trade too
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Daeylar(f): 9:38am On Nov 29
Just now, Chris brown had to wake them up undecided
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Uyi168(m): 9:39am On Nov 29
Ayblaize:
But why is it that after Chris Brown's reaction,a foreign artiste went viral today...That was when our celebs started their own reaction too... Reaction yin ma blow ni
..if they had refuse to react,u'll be here running ur mouth..now that they are all reacting,u are still running ur mouth...
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by Badonasty(m): 9:39am On Nov 29
IamHeWrites:
After several foreign celebrities have reacted to it, and after been called out by actress Georgina Onuoha, Nigerian celebrities have finally raised their voices to bring awareness to the Slave trade going on in Libya.

All the celebrities pictured above and more reacted via their Instagram pages.

See their posts below;

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Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by priceaction: 9:40am On Nov 29
nonsense. after dat nigerian actress called them out?
Re: Nigerian Celebrities React To Slave Trade In Libya by bakynes(m): 9:41am On Nov 29
lastempero:
Big up to Chris brown for teaching our yeyebrities,what it's to be a celebrity.
Chris Breezy na my real homie big ups to him, I follow him on all social networks and he is now a voice for Black lives and freedom.

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