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AddressHay Alandalus
PostalPO Box 4169
Phonelocal: (021) 477.2534
international: +218.21.477.2534

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Fri, 30 Dec 2016 06:14 EST
help line
Only Ghanaians can call on this line for visa assistance.
any Libyan who's also interested on gold business should also call.
balmaso Ali
Thu, 8 Dec 2016 19:48 EST
wanted to send morney in Ghana
I am passportless and always at wwork.
I just want to send morney in Ghana on my brother account.
My ema
Wed, 7 Dec 2016 07:42 EST
Plss try as much as possible to let the ghanian to come home in DS year we r begging u people we need them plss they are suffering plssss help them out hmmmm
Mon, 22 Aug 2016 05:32 EDT
I'm in libya tripoli and i need a passport jow can i get Ghana passport in libya
I how to no if Ghana embassy is in libya
richard mump
Wed, 17 Aug 2016 11:04 EDT
I need to know if the ghanaian embassy in tripoli has an email address, thank you.
libya is good
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:11 EDT
if anyone has african freind arrested plz,i can help
If any of fellow africans in libya have african freind arresred in zawia or anywhere else and can afford to pay for freedom plz contact me iam a very serious person
Tue, 26 Jul 2016 08:08 EDT
looking for a real marabou or gold seller in tripoli
Iam based in tripoli not african,looking for a serious marabou,and real rough gold from africa.To buy seller and product must be in tripoli for inspection...
Alfred Tahiru
Fri, 15 Jul 2016 10:55 EDT
Selling Raw Gold & Rough Diamonds
I am a small scale miner here in the Western Region of Ghana.

I am looking for buyers of raw gold and rough uncut diamonds.

For details please contact

Alfred Tahiru
Fri, 3 Jun 2016 17:30 EDT
Read carefully.
Well, well,well;. This wouldn't be any business of mine but I think I should comment. there may be a good listener out there.
I'm called Stephen, 24 years from Navrongo Ghana but I currently lives in Tripoli. I'm NOT the ambassador of Ghana here in Libya and I have nothing familiar or affiliations with the Ghana Embassy in Libya but as go went through many comments on the site, I decided to tell you guys what you already know yet you don't really do, this comment will also throw more light on people with little knowledge about Libya and at the end of my comment, a good listener will save his/her life.
Well, let me start with the guys who are now saying " Libya is not good". to those of you who are now trying to flee and are blaming the ambassador. My question is; did you guys see any embassy before you enter Libya?. I'm also an illegal migrant with not even a Ghana passport, I have one but I decided to leave it at Ghana. I'm here in Libya for two years now and I have seen how we Ghanaians and Nigerians behave in this country. it's clear we are here to look for money and go back Ghana but most guys are always open seen on the roads loitering about even dangerous zones smoking, drinking, drugs and spending money on prostitutes ( ashaw) no Libya man will point a gun on black and blow him for nothing!!! and those Libya guys we always see on soldiers uniform are most thieves so the way you dress shows that probably you have money. so they will attack you......if you think it's only Libya that thieves operates broad day light then go and fool around Accra nima, Kwame Nkrumah circle and Kumasi zongo line.
here in Libya, no police will come to your house or your work side and arrest you but if you fool around you will be fetch regardless to visa or passport. so even if you have genuine visa or passport you must still pay about 1,000 LYD or 700 LYD for you freedom. the good thing is that here blacks normally sleep at the work side so there's no need boarding car. so after you close from work, you take your shower find something and eat, say your prayers and remain indoors. you won't have problem with any police:):):):).
Though the dollar has recently increased but working in Libya is still far better than Ghana in fact better than Europe!!
a friend of mine went to Germany, he is there for three years now but he is now calling back Ghana for money to fly back Ghana because Europe is now choke with migrants and the job is no more there.
Here in Libya, no matter which work you do, you should save a least 1,000 LYD every month which you can't get working full two years in Ghana. you guys gotta do your home work well and stop calling on Ghana Embassy because most of the police and soldiers you see on the roads are thieves and the ambassador him self is not safe because there's no low here in Libya!!!!.
Now to those who are in Ghana or Nigeria still planing to move to Libya, I can't tell you to come because I won't be able to berry you:):):):), and I can't say stop because you really mean to make money but hay, you read more comments and you see many are here in Libya trying to go back Ghana but no money. it's because they didn't do their home work well.
If you are female, please don't let any body deceive you. there's no job here in Libya for females. you will only come and do prostitution (ashawo):):):)
But I advice all of you. watch news!!!! for whatever that is going on in Libya is on the media stations. yes, there's still conflict in the country but not everywhere. and I must tell you; if you want let Obama sign your visa or passport for you if you enter Libya and walk around the road you will be arrested!!! and you must pay about 1,000 LYD for your freedom:):):) yes, there's no low in Libya even your passport and visa is written in English. how many Libya police men can read or write English? how then will they tell if your visa or passport is genuine or not?!!!! guys, do your home work well.
And to those of you who are trying to cross the sea. please, now we cannot eat fish from the sea because every blessed day the fish feed on dead bodies of people like you trying to enter Europe. and those who made their way there even for three years now they have nothing but only sleeping at the refugees camps and thinking of how they will go back Ghana or Nigeria. all I say, read news.
call or whatsApp me through +218911425141
for more information. Stay blessed.
Thu, 7 Jan 2016 17:08 EST
Lookin for my brother
Am lookin for my brother called francis kwabena appiah, he left home to libya on 2000 we lost contact of him in 2003 and since then we have not hear anytin from him(if u have any info about him ples call me on this NO 0244469430

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