140 Nigerian immigrants deported home from Libya
Some 140 Nigerians stranded in Libya on Tuesday arrived the Murtala Muhammed Airport (MMA) Lagos, aboard a Libyan Airlines plane.
The returnees are among those who voluntarily agreed to return to Nigeria from the North African country.
They are 74 adult females, 52 adult males, one female child, two male children, three female infants, two male infants and six unaccompanied kids, out of which five are female and one male.
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