Thursday, 10 August 2017


At exactly 5pm on Thursday at the Muritala Mohammed International Airport in Lagos,  128 stranded Nigerians arrived In the country and were received by officials of the National Emergency Management Agency.

The returnees were brought back by the
International Organisation and six of them needs medical attention urgently. Among them were 126 male and 2 females.

The returnees narrated the cruel treatment they went through at different detention camps in Libya.

They made it known that many Nigerian are still stranded in Libya especially those in prisons and they said they die on daily basis due to poor conditions of the prisons, they call on the Federal Government to come to their aid to facilitate the return of others still stranded.

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