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Thursday, December 07, 2017

Minister of Foreign Affairs Says Many Nigerians in Libya Don't Want To Return Home

The Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama has disclosed that a number of Nigerians in Libya do not want to return home. The minister stated this on Wednesday while addressing State House correspondents after the Federal Executive Council meeting.

Onyeama said the Nigeria's Charge D'Affairs in Tripoli had been invited to Abuja to give full details of the imprisonment of Nigerians in various detention centres in Libya.

He said, once the government gets number or Nigerians in Libya's prisons and all other facts, it would meet with National Emergency Management Agency and the NAPTIP on how to evacuate them. The minister said the evacuation would be done in co-ordination with International Organisation for Migration "and see if we can very quickly repatriate all our Nigerian nationals who are there who want to return home.

The charge d' affairs said a number of Nigerians (and not all of them) do not want to come home. Certainly, it has to be those who want to come back home.

From Daily Trust


  1. Of course, those that are making money there wouldn't want to return.
    Just bring back those that want to return and allow the rest to stay put.

  2. If it true, then, they should remain there. Abroad syndrome

  3. Story...if I hear they don't want to come back again

  4. Do you blame them? What exactly are they returning to?
    The hardship that old dead Buhari has put the country in all in the name of stupid change and corruption.
    I blame all the animals that voted him in because all along I knew that pussy sucker was fraud.

  5. Yes because what Nigerian system has done to all of us is worse than slavery.. abeg which system sef... I am also complacent to what happened in this country where it is now chop make i chop. No one is a thief any more. Shame...but i am one to talk... i dey abroad light no blink, i dey look food, food tire me. omo i cant judge. please God give me the grace to help at least 590000 Nigerians before i

  6. Do you blame them though? It takes courage to want to come back and start all over. Some family members are worse than those slave masters. The mockery first of all.

  7. Job nor dey.
    Light nor dey for dem to be even self reliable and not depend on treasury looters.
    Mafia called Government.


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