A baby, born in Libya, and her Nigerian mother | Photo: Sam Olukoya
A baby, born in Libya, and her Nigerian mother | Photo: Sam Olukoya

Groups of Nigerian women who tried to make the journey north to Europe have been forced to return south, after having been trafficked and held captive as prostitutes in Libya. Lucky to have escaped with their lives, they're trying to make the best of a difficult situation back home alone with fatherless babies. But now they say they're being punished for having "Libyan" children.



Author: Sam Olukoya

First published: October 11, 2019

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