Wednesday, 15 February 2017

162 stranded Nigerians repatriated from Libya

A sum of 162 Nigerians stranded in Libya were returned back home on Tuesday, February fourteenth. The returnees were gotten by the National Emergency Management Agency alongside the workplace of the Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora Matters.

A sanctioned flight that brought the returnees arrived the payload wing of Murtala Mohammed International Airport where they were authoritatively gotten at around 4pm.

Chief General of NEMA was spoken to by the Deputy Director Search and Rescue Dr Onimode while the Special Assistant to the President Hon Abike Dabiri was spoken to by Mr Abdulrahman Balogun.

Breakdown of the returnees as given by Dr Onimode demonstrates that 61 of them were guys and 101 females. He additionally clarified that among the guys were 2 kids and 7 newborn children while the females had 7 youngsters and 2 babies.

He likewise said that the arrival of the stranded Nigerians were encouraged by the International Organization for Migration as on entry, they were profiled, nourished and helped back to their different towns and homes.

No comments:

Post a Comment

How tomorrow get Airtel 1.8GB data for N500, 6GB for N1,000

getting things modest particularly information, on the grounds that everything is on the web. Since Airtel is starting to spread...