Saturday, 24 June 2017

From Libya: 179 Nigerians Voluntarily Returned Home Again

From Libya: 179 Nigerians voluntarily Returned To Nigeria



The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA and other federal government agencies have received another batch of Nigeria citizens of about 179 who voluntarily left Libya back to Nigeria. They were welcomed at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos state on Wednesday 21st of June, 2017.

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The voluntarily returnees consisted of 34 males, 122 females, 9 infants and, 10 children. They boarded a chartered Nouvelair aircraft. They returned back to Nigeria following the facilitation of the International Organization for Migration and the Nigerian Embassy in Libya.



The 179 returnees were welcomed at the Hajj Camp area of Murtala Mohammed International Airport by officers from NEMA, NIS, the police and the National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Person.

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This year, over 1,700 Nigeria citizens were deported from Libya to Nigeria and, these 170 citizens have their own reason they voluntarily come back without being deported.

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