IOM: 116 Nigerian immigrants reprtaited from Libya

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

A fresh batch of 116 Nigerians have arrived Lagos from Libya in the early hours of today.

Their return was in continuation of the massive repatriation of stranded Nigerians from Libya through the joint effort of the International Organisation for Migration (IOM)/European Union (EU) and the Nigerian government.

The returnees were 53 females and 63 males comprising 46 female adults, two female children and five female infants as well as 56 male adults, six male children and eigh male infants, according to Nigerian media.

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