The Nationwide Emergency Administration Company (NEMA) has obtained another batch of 160 returnees from Libya.
The returnees arrived Nigeria after being stranded within the North African nation following failed makes an attempt to achieve completely different European nations. On their arrival on the cargo wing of the Murtala Muhammed Worldwide Airport (MMIA) in Lagos on Thursday evening, the returnees had been obtained by an official of NEMA.
Segun Afolayan, consultant of the Director Common of the company, Mustapha Maihajja obtained the returnees on behalf of the company.
They arrived on board a Libyan flight which had seven feminine adults and 153 male adults. Hundreds of Nigerians stranded in Libya have returned dwelling prior to now few months beneath the assisted voluntary returnees programme, coordinated by the Worldwide Organisation for Migration (IOM).