Caroline Danjuma Actress calls out celebrities for skipping Libya slave trade protest

Caroline Danjuma has come out to accuse celebrities for not speaking out over the slave trade in Libya.

Caroline Danjuma has come out to say she is disappointed that Nigerian celebritiesskipped the protest on the slave trade in Libya.

The beautiful actress took to her Instagram page on Friday, December 1st, 2017 where she posted a video calling out the celebrities and also gave the video a caption.

“So highly disappointed .. you are the voice of the masses .. those of you here in Lagos couldn’t spare 15 min of your time. posting one or two pictures because you want followers .. if you can’t fight for the masses then stop seeking for their attention … you only shout when you need them but when they need you , you keep mute .. SHAME. I hope the masses will wise up to really know who cares and invest their energy on themselves .. celebrities take the first step and fight for the masses .. oops I forgot the sun is too hot it will burn your skin ( crap),” she wrote.

Caroline Danjuma might not be entirely correct as some celebrities over the past few days since the news of the Libya slave trade broke, have come out to show their displeasure of the act.

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 (Instagram)

Among those who have come out to speak against it are Davido, Wizkid, Banky W, Phyno, DJ Cuppy, Basketmouth and Georgina OnuohaThese celebrities have through their social media pages spoke against the slave trade in Libya and want those in charge to help rescue and end the brisk business.

In one of the messages, Banky W said he would like to work with any non-governmental organisation or agency that assist in helping those immigrants who have found themselves as victims in this slave trade. According to him, these Nigerians are the same as slave masters in Libya.

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 (Goldenicons)

It would be also recalled that American music star, Chris Brown complained about the world’ssilence in the face of such horrors, remembering the outcry that engulfed social media after bombings in the UK and US.

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