Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Photos of NEMA officials receiving the 172 Nigerians repatriated from Libya

172 Nigerians, including 5 women,1 pregnant and a 12-year-old boy, were repatriated from Libya on Friday, March 11. The repatriation was done with the help of International Organization for Migration (IOM) in close cooperation with Libyan authorities and Nigerian's Embassy in Tripoli.
The South-West Zonal Coordinator, Alhaji Abdullahi Suleiman Yakubu with NEMA officials received the returnees. According to the post shared by NEMA SOUTH WEST yesterday, March 21:
"The International Organisation for Migration (IOM) in Libya and Nigeria assisted the stranded and imprisoned youths back to Nigeria, because most of them had unpalatable experiences in the futile efforts to reach Europe, some were said to have gone through in-humane treatments and deprivations in Sahara desert and transit countries".




 
 
Source: NEMA SOUTH WEST/Facebook

31 comments:

Anonymous said...

Nawa ooo

welcome home



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Anonymous said...

Nawa ooo

welcome home



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Tslow Kolawole said...

All in search of the golden fleece.

Anonymous said...


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chioma jacinta said...

K. *. It's well*

Anthony Sylvanus said...

Aunty Linda Good morning


Noted

Vivian Reginalds said...

They work hard
-D great anonymous now as Vivian Reginalds

Emilia said...

Hummm!

Osunde Large said...

Welcome.

BONARIO NNAGS said...

Nawao! War ravaged Libya, the risk Nigerians subject themselves to tho.


. ~BONARIO~says so via NOKIA LUMIA

Demmy said...

Hmmmm, it is well

Emilia said...

Nigerian youth done suffer may God help them

Olumide David said...

Good they are back!

Juliet Iwuno said...

Dats good! Linda take note!

kayode odusanya said...

Cool. NEMA has been doing a great job lately.


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Chomsy said...

Nigerians and Libya and Italy are like agege bread and ewa agonyi kikikikikiki

Charles Chukwuka said...

All these people desperate to leave Naija sha...Not that i blame them o, but i'm sure if they took the same commitment that they gave to the attempt to get into Europe and applied it to some kind of venture here, they would surely succeed. #justsaying

ARSENAL CHOKING SYNDROME (ACS) IS NOW A REAL CONDITION LMAO

Oshios Baba said...

Okay

Bonita Bislam said...

Nigeria is bedeviled with many problems. We haven't finished with camping IDPs , we now have repatriated Nigerians to cater for .If to say this country is sound in terms of security & employment , this unnecessary waste of funds to cater for these ones wouldn't be happening. This govt must work!

PrettyChi said...

Nice! Seen

Pretty face said...

Seen

Olaaliu said...

Mtcheeeew

Nweme Jonathan Eyo said...

The Road to survivor is not easy, its not meant for the faint hearted

cynthia kama said...

The hustle is real.




Okbye.

Sylvia said...

Dis hustle is real..... Hearing that people walk through Sahara desert just to get to Europe gives me goose bumps.... Can these Europeans walk through Sahara to get to Nigeria???? Poverty..... God help us

Y.F.C. Omrex said...

What a scene.

Jamila Shaibu said...

Hmmmmmmm

Jude Akinwole said...

I probably thought they should wear a bit of shame/remorse, or maybe I'm missing something... we're they not REPATRIATED cos they were imprisoned for crimes & sought illegal means to get to Europe? Maybe that's a thing of pride now sha, considering worse criminals walk our streets untouched! #HustleContinuesIGuess

TAILOR TEE said...

95% na Igbo people! Can look for money in lion's den! And dem no dey last! Mtshewww! Oyee Oshie!

Chidozie Bruce said...

Nt just receive de shld undergo medical checkup cos of foreign "libya" disease biko kwa.

dee boi said...

Result of I sha must go abroad... dee

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