The National Emergency Management Agency has received another batch of 121 stranded Nigerians from Libya. Mr Segun Afolayan, Acting Zonal Coordinator, NEMA, South West Zone, who confirmed this Friday in Lagos, urged the returnees to make good use of the second chance offered to them by God by forging ahead and making positive contributions to the development of the nation.

Afolayan said the Nigerians arrived at the Cargo Wing of the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos at 9.15pm on Thursday aboard a chartered Al-Buraq aircraft and were received by NEMA and other government agencies.

He said the returnees were assisted back home by the International Organisation for Migration under its Assisted Voluntary Return Programme. Afolayan said the returnees were made up of 29 females, five children and four infants.

Others, he said, included 75 male adults, two male children and six male infants, adding that the returnees were brought back from three volatile cities in Libya- Sabha, Bram Alshati and Oubari.
Source: Duta News

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