“The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Libya and Nigeria assisted the stranded and imprisoned youths back to Nigeria, because most of them had unpalatable experiences in the futile efforts to reach Europe, some were said to have gone through in-humane treatments and deprivations in Sahara desert and transit countries”.
172 Nigerians, including 5 women,1 pregnant and a 12-year-old boy, were repatriated from Libya on Friday, March 11. The repatriation was done with the help of International Organization for Migration (IOM) in close cooperation with Libyan authorities and Nigerian’s Embassy in Tripoli.
The South-West Zonal Coordinator, Alhaji Abdullahi Suleiman Yakubu with NEMA officials received the returnees. According to the post shared by NEMA SOUTH WEST yesterday, March 21:
Indonesian man with tumour all over his body after doctors remove one from his waist
“Stella Oduah Is A Disgrace To Nigeria” – Femi Fani Kayode Reacts To Forgery Scandal
PDP Board Of Trustees To Intervene In Jonathan, Obasanjo rift
[Rivers State High Court under serious explosiion]
[OJB’s Wife Mabel Explains Why She Gave Him A Kidney]
“Obasanjo Vs. Jonathan: Dissecting The Godfather, Protégé Fight”