149 Nigerians return home from Libya with IOM’s help

Nigerian migrants boarding a plane in Libya. (Photo: IOM)

149 Nigerian returnees who had been stranded in Libya, returned home bringing the total number brought back to the country in the last five weeks to 975.

Comprising 29 females, 115 males and five children, the returnees were assisted by the International Organisation for Migration, IOM.

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