Stella Dimoko Over Six Thousand Nigerians Reportedly Returned From Libya In 2017


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Monday, 1 January 2018

Over Six Thousand Nigerians Reportedly Returned From Libya In 2017

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has said a total of 6,672 Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya from January 6, 2017 to December 28, 2017. 

The Director General of NEMA, Alhaji Mustapha Maihajja, made this known while receiving a fresh batch of 257 Nigerians who arrived from Libya.

Maihajja lauded the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) for their efforts at continuing the repatriation exercise even during the festive season. The DG who was represented by the Southwest Coordinator of NEMA, Alhaji Suleiman Yakubu, enjoined the returnees to join hands with various government agencies to tackle the problem of human trafficking in the country.

He said they should assist the government in identifying the traffickers who had lured and deceived many young Nigerians to embark on the perilous journey with the promise of taking them to Europe. Maihajja assured them that government would treat all information with utmost confidentiality and secrecy needed.

The DG also allayed their fears of facing “spiritual “consequences for exposing these evil persons, stressing that they had a duty to educate the public on what they went through in the volatile North African country. The new returnees arrived the Cargo Wing of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos at 6.05pm aboard an Afriqiyah Airbus A330-300 with Registration number 5A-OMR.

They comprised 152 adult females, 82 adult males, nine children and 14 infants, with one having a medical case. The returnees arrived barely 24 hours after another batch of 157 Nigerians landed in the country from Libya where they had been stranded enroute Europe.


Miss Ess said...

They should search for them everywhere in that country abeg.

Proudly Anonymous said...

Six thousand pere.Dem no even plenty.

Fifiliprincess said...

I wish the country can be better and the government can create jobs at all levels and support those in small business so it can be well with all of us and people will stop running away enmass from Nigeria

Adeniji Bisi said...

I thank God for them ooooooooooo..

Kelvin edo boy,,, na ur people be this ooo. 😊😊😊😊😊

Mc pinky

Chidinma Grace said...

So many people looking for a greener pasture. Nigeria should buckle up this 2018. Stop putting your citizens in this kind of migration because of failed political promises.


Welcome home

Anonymous said...

Edo no dey carry last na..We na international babe's

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