Drogba, Pogba, Mane and Other Premiership Stars Stand Against Slavery in Libya
AURIER, DROGBA, POGBA, GUEYE STAND AGAINST SLAVERY IN LIBYA The football stars took to social media to send special messages to victims of slavery in the north African country
Chelsea legend Didier Drogba, Tottenham Hotspur defender Serge Aurier, Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba and Everton’s Idrissa Gueye have shown their solidarity against slavery in Libya. Following a shocking footage of young African migrants being sold for as low as 400 dollars in slave markets in Libya. Pogba displayed a solidarity gesture by crossing his wrists together after scoring his third Premier League goal of the season in the Red Devils’ 4-1 thrashing of Newcastle United on Saturday. While Drogba, Gueye and Aurier joined Liverpool’s Sadio Mane in sending powerful messages to the north African nation. DROBA: Shame on those who see this and decide to stay silent, no words will be strong enough to describe how I feel about such slavery!!! Migrants are not your slaves, freedom for those who are leaving their countries
The Senegal international is bothered about the enslavement of black Africans in the north African nation
Sadio Mane has joined his voice in campaigning against the rise of slavery in Libya.
With the reported auctions of people across the north African country for as low as 400 dollars, the 25-year-old who has scored three goals in 442 minutes of Premier League action this season voiced his displeasure with the inhumane practice.