Nigerian Govt Receives Libya Returnees at Lagos Airport, Photos & Videos Show Moment They Came Down From Plane

Nigerian Govt Receives Libya Returnees at Lagos Airport, Photos & Videos Show Moment They Came Down From Plane

  • The Nigerian government has received a new batch of Libya returnees at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport in Lagos state
  • A total number of 158 Nigerians were airlifted out of the foreign country by Al Burqa Airline, an act the IOM facilitated
  • Videos of their arrival show the returnees coming down from the plane as others interacted with friends

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has shared photos of some Nigerians it received from Libya recently.

Information put out by NEMA on its Instagram page reveals a total number of 158 Nigerians were brought back into the country.

They all had their face masks on.
The returnees will be self-isolating for a week. Photo source: @nemanigeria
Source: Instagram

They would self-isolate

They were comprised of 105 females and 53 males. Al Burqa Airliner transported them. As part of the COVID-19 measure, they would have to self-isolate for seven days.

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Videos and photos showed their luggage and a physically-challenged Nigerian being helped down from the aircraft.

The agency said that the mission was made possible by the International Organisation for Migration (IOM) which saw their safe arrival at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport.

See the photos below:

Nigerian lady sold into prostitution abroad

Meanwhile, earlier reported that a young Nigerian lady, Omolara Abiyeye, narrated her ordeal in seeking greener pastures abroad.

She revealed that she and others transported to Mali were taken to a shrine where their private hair was shaved as they made a covenant.

Omolara stated that despite the spiritual things she was forced to do, she still knew God is the alpha and omega of her life.

I really suffered in Mali

In similar news, a young Nigerian lady, Aishat Ganiyu, narrated her experience travelling to Mali. She said she made the trip because she thought the value of money there will be bigger.

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Aishat stated that it was when she got to Mali that the people who facilitated her trip revealed that she will be working as a prostitute.

The lady refused, saying that the job she left behind in Lagos was better than the option. According to her, they said she could not return to Nigeria even if she wanted to.


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