See What 161 Nigerians Deported From Libya To Nigeria Looks Like
Thank God for the lives of 162 Nigerians stranded in the Islamic Republic of Libya who were deported back home on Tuesday.
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The deportees were received by the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) along with the office of the Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Matters. A chartered flight that brought the deportees arrived the cargo wing of Murtala Mohammed International Airport (Lagos) where they were officially received at about 4pm.
The Director General of NEMA was represented by the Deputy Director Search and Rescue Dr Onimode while the Special Assistant to the President Hon Abike Dabiri was represented by Mr Abdulrahman Balogun.
Findings by Dr Onimode reveal that 61 of the deportees were males and 101 of them were females. While speaking to news men he further disclosed that among the males were 2 children and 7 infants while the females had 7 children and 2 infants.
He also said that the return of the stranded Nigerians were facilitated by the International Organization for Migration as on arrival, they were profiled, fed and assisted back to their various towns and homes.
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