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Thursday, 7 September 2017

Second Batch Of Nigerian Returnees From Libya Arrive Lagos Airport

Home Sweet home!



Yesterday Another batch of 121 stranded Nigerians in Libya who volunteered to return home were received at the cargo section of the Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos by officials of National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, led by the Zonal Coordinator of NEMA Southwest, Suleiman Yakubu .


The returnees, made up of 61 females and 60 males, with 2 pregnant women and 1 medical case, were brought to Lagos on a Libya Nouvelair flight with Registration number TS-INA and SA320.


The Director-General, National Agency for Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons, Mrs. Julie Okah-Donli, had last month said that 540 Nigerians were set for deportation from Libya. She also said that the deportees would be brought back to Nigeria in three batches. Thousands of Nigerians have been flown back from Libya, with some voluntarily returning with the help of the International Organisation for Migration.


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14 comments:

code009 said...

Don't be sad be happy you came back alive,this country is not as bad as u seen it except you want the fast life, put your hands to work and you will eat

Beloved said...

Eeyaa..

wideawake naija said...

Welcome. Thank God they didn't die in a strange land

Cheesi said...

See their faces. Welcome back. Hunger wont kill you in Naija, that am sure of, no matter how bad our economy is so long as you are not lazy

Miss Ess said...

Chai! It is well with you. No place like home

Brandedme said...

Welcome home

7even red said...

Barracudianusaurusunamon - Hi, Guys. It's me again. (:

This is great news, but also adversely bad news, why?: now Nigeria has more heads to think about, clearly, these are unemployed people, increased unemployment rate, with greedy politicians trying to pad their election war-chest and the current revenue short-fall in a recession themed Nigeria, the only thing that applies is "Home is Home", well I wish them good luck in their post-Nigeria exposure, I hope they do not go start a life of crime but get something legal and worthwhile doing no matter hhow small, rather then dying in a country Nigeria is way better than, it is best to come home.

Welcome back, family. I wish you success in all your endeavors, good will for those medically unfit, they should all be tested by the way, only God knows whatever disease some must have carried from Lybia.

Cheers.
Yours Blogospherially.

Flawlessbae❤❤ said...

Welcome home my brothers and sisters please just try and learn a trade if y'all are reading sdkblog yield to my advice...

Bee10(mummytwins) said...

Welcome jare

Paige 3 said...

I will give them work in my farm. ..

jelly said...

Welcome back home brothers and my sisters

Destiny changer said...

U're right in all dat u said.But our past and present leaders and Politicians are vry wicked.Like u said Nigeria is d Best place to live.But even we d citizen does not have Jobs.D Indians,Lebanese,Chinese and other European countries comes in here and do our Jobs.We don't have Govt at all.In these countries I mention as a Nigerian u can't go there and be placed in their best Jobs, at all it can never happen. Let me stop here for now. Our Nigerian Int'l passport is produced in Malaysia,other documents too. everything is imported cars dat are supposed to be assembled here are brought in fixed.

LINDY NARDS said...

There is more to life than just food. Nothing sweet about Nigeria as a home.

Anonymous said...

While a batch of ignoramus migrants just left for Agadez this morning. ....
The cycle never ends.

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