Gharyan is a prison in the mountains about 100km (60 miles) south of Tripoli.
And it is the place where all of the migrants said they were taken before they made it home.
“They came to our caravans [cells], they pick six persons to do their dirty jobs to do farming, brick-laying work,” says Lucky Akhanene.
He returned in the same group as Mr Akhere and was held in Gharyan for four months.
“Some of us were made to drink water from toilet. We were regularly rounded up and beaten”, Mr Aghayere said.
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