180 Nigerians evacuated from Libya as thousands others queue for their turn

Two pregnant women and 119 others were on Wednesday evacuated from Libya by the International Organisation for Migration. (Photo: Internet)

A set of 481 Nigerians evacuated from Libya arrived at the Port Harcourt International Airport in Rivers State on Sunday with sad stories.

This is just as the Federal Government promised to rehabilitate the returnees, who flew in with a chartered Max Airline at exactly 4.55pm, Nigerian media reported.

The Libyan Anti-Illegal Immigration Authority said Sunday that 180 Nigerians were repatriated from Mitiga Airport in the presence of the Nigerian Foreign Ministry’s delegation.

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