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Friday, October 27, 2017

Another Batch Of Nigerians Return From Libya



OMG...But What's really pursuing them from there?






It was an endless story, yesterday, when 161 stranded Nigerians were deported from Libya. The deportees comprising of 78 female adults and 2 female infants , 71 male adults, 5 male children and 5 male infants including two medical cases arrived Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos, at about 7:37 pm in an aircraft, Boeing 737-800 with Registration number 5A-DMG.


They were received by the Southwest Zonal Coordinator of National Emergency Management Agency NEMA , Alhaji Suleiman Yakubu represented by the DG, Engr. Mustapha Maihajja on behalf of Federal Government.


The DG appealed to the Returnees that Federal Government is working with state government to ensure that Returnees are well taken care off. He said that the previous returnees were received and accommodated in befitting hotels at strategic locations because of their dignity and personal safety in international best practices.


From Vanguardngr

17 comments:

  1. It is better they come back and enjoy this our obodo Nija.

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  2. Stella, please confirm if the lady that sent in her story is amongst recent returnees.

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  3. What did they go and find in Libya of all places before

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    1. Libya is the shortest road work to greener pasture (Europe)that why most of Dem go to libya

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  4. Welcome back... Life there I heard is the worst kind of hell!... At least they still gat life when there is life there hope.

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  5. And they better not believe the story of govt saying they will resettle them. Govt that hasnt finished taking care of those in the country is it those that came from outside that they will look at?

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  6. SMH. Leaders of this country, God will judge all of you. If this country was good, I doubt if any of them will risk their lives to go on that perilous journey

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  7. Na their luggage I go check first...so hilarious.
    Welcome back to Naija full of change.

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  8. Someone just told me Libya is their shortcut to Europe...but they came back.

    Lol

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  9. No be Osahon O be this?
    my neighbour back then for Benin.
    Na him na
    So na true say him bin sell him pale house for ette for GRA come cross go Italo.
    So watin him dey find for Libya now?
    This life self

    Bros welcome oo
    Na me your neighbour for Ette Street way we get borehole, una bin dey con our house con fetch water back in the days..

    Bros try sha him look fresh him don chop up.

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  10. Despite the nightmarish stories we keep hearing about this Libya to Italy voyage, our people never learn. It's so disheartening.

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  11. Stella so many things are pursuing them o! I hear they sell some of the females for prostitution.

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  12. Welcome my people. Families please show them love and assist. God will bless their helpers. It's sad Politicians please stop embezzling money. Naija wealth is for all. To the returnees, the helper of the helpless will surprise you. When there is life there is hope.

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  13. I will have to beg our bloggers to continue to create awareness of illegal migration. God will help us

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  14. Welcome back home. God is their strength.

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  15. Life there is not easy, welcome home

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