‘I Buried 20 People In The Desert’- Nigerian Deportee Makes Shocking Confession (Photos)

Date: 09-06-2018 1:02 pm (6 years ago) | Author: Mister Jay Wonder
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A Nigerian deportee who just arrived from Libya has given a startling confession at T.B. Joshua’s Church in Lagos, painting an alarming picture of the death toll of African migrants seeking to illegally enter Europe.

Efe Alimi, an Edo State indigene, revealed how he had participated in the mass burial of 5,300 bodies in a single day on the Libyan shore, decomposing remains of those who had drowned while attempting to cross the Mediterranean Sea to Europe.


“Most of the bodies washed up on the shore had decayed. When we picked them up, their flesh peeled away to the bone. Some were without ears, eyes or Bosom s. All were my African brothers and sisters,” he recollected in a shocking revelation posted to T.B. Joshua’s official Facebook Page.

According to Alimi, the bodies were dumped into a mass grave, crushed by excavators and then covered by the Libyans who had picked him and a group of other migrants to do the “dirty job”.


Alimi travelled to the North African nation via Niger in 2013. 29 embarked on the dangerous journey through the Sahara Desert but only 9 reached Libya.

“I actually buried 20 people in the desert,”Alimi recalled, adding that he only survived by drinking urine after they were stranded for five days without food or water.


After an unsuccessful attempt to cross the Mediterranean to Italy in 2017, he was imprisoned in an underground dungeon for one year before the intervention of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), who facilitated his return to Nigeria.

Another deportee, Johnson Imonigie, equally shared distressing details of how the makeshift boat he was in capsized en route to Italy. 121 were on board and 87 drowned.

Even prior to his attempt to cross the ocean, Johnson had been kidnapped and sold into slavery three times in Libya.

During his incarceration, one of his close friends was beaten to death in his presence.

“They decided to beat me on my manhood,” he vividly recalled. “I can’t even begin to describe the pain. I was there the day they hit my friend there so hard he actually died.”


On Tuesday 5thJune 2018, 171 Nigerians were voluntarily deported from Libya, over 90 of them deciding to visit Joshua’s famed Church in search of aid.

Hearing their plight, Joshua and his ‘Emmanuel TV Partners’ gave the group N3m ($8,500) to help them start their lives afresh in Nigeria.

The news comes on the heels of the United Nations imposing sanctions on six leaders of human trafficking networks in Libya.


Posted: at 9-06-2018 01:02 PM (6 years ago) | Addicted Hero
- crocatum at 9-06-2018 01:28 PM (6 years ago)
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more will still go, what we need to understand is that people with white skin, think people with dark skin are inferior, may sub human, sub standard, whether this people are arabs, europeans, isrealites or asians.

fact 2, as the world progresses, they dont like that our population is also expanding, thus they would like to control it.

fact 3: Realities have not really changed, in the future, we may become subject to the dictation of our former colonial masters, because they are already planning how to manage Africa for US.

fact4. We must learn from other african countries, who are expanding their economy in other areas, so they become highly independent and masters of their destiny, if we don't use our head, others will use us.
Posted: at 9-06-2018 01:28 PM (6 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- EDDYPRINCE at 9-06-2018 01:39 PM (6 years ago)
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Nigerians are the problem to their self  in Libya.
Posted: at 9-06-2018 01:39 PM (6 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- proly at 9-06-2018 07:21 PM (6 years ago)
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Nawooo no be small thing happen for this libya
Posted: at 9-06-2018 07:21 PM (6 years ago) | Hero
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- fineboy77 at 9-06-2018 08:05 PM (6 years ago)
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Quote from: EDDYPRINCE on  9-06-2018 01:39 PM
Nigerians are the problem to their self  in Libya.
Tell me about it

Posted: at 9-06-2018 08:05 PM (6 years ago) | Addicted Hero
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- paulsmit at 9-06-2018 09:07 PM (6 years ago)
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IT will not be possible to buried people in the desert based on the condition of the desert.  The desert is very unconditional to even dig the ground, haul or rest for few minuses.  The place is very hot, very dry that you can't even open any ground,  and very windy  and humid that can suffocate any living things including human being in a very short time.  So burying people in the desert is a lie. Don't believe him.  Anyone that being around desert will know exactly what I am talking about.
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- paulsmit at 9-06-2018 09:07 PM (6 years ago)
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IT will not be possible to buried people in the desert based on the condition of the desert.  The desert is very unconditional to even dig the ground, haul or rest for few minuses.  The place is very hot, very dry that you can't even open any ground,  and very windy  and humid that can suffocate any living things including human being in a very short time.  So burying people in the desert is a lie. Don't believe him.  Anyone that being around desert will know exactly what I am talking about.
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- osarobo62 at 9-06-2018 09:37 PM (6 years ago)
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these liars are over blowing their ordeal to garner sympathy from the church members
Posted: at 9-06-2018 09:37 PM (6 years ago) | Hero
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- slimber at 9-06-2018 11:44 PM (6 years ago)
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Who send una to enter road to Libya
Posted: at 9-06-2018 11:44 PM (6 years ago) | Hero
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