- 150 Nigerians have returned home from Libya
- Also among them were 133 male adults with two teenage boys and a toddler
- Officials of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), received the returnees on arrival
One hundred and fifty Nigerians have returned home from Libya on Thursday, November 30 after undergoing human rights abuse in the north African country.
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Sahara Reporters report that the returnees arrived the shores of the country at 10pm on Thursday, 30 through the Murtala International Airport (MMIA) aboard a chartered Boeing 737-800 aircraft with the registration number 6A-DMG.
NAIJ.com had gathered that most of the returnees had planned to cross to Europe from Libya through the Mediterranean Sea, but the journey did not go as planned.
Among the returnees were 13 female adults and one teenage girl, while the male adults were 133 with two teenage boys and a toddler.
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Officials of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), received the returnees on arrival.
NAIJ.com had previously reported that 138 Nigerians returned from Libya on September 3, after being stranded there for months.
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