Nigerians deported from Libya recount horrifying ordeals
Some Nigerians who were deported from Libya on Tuesday have lamented what they called inhuman treatment meted to them in Libyan detention facilities.
They described such treatment as not only dehumanizing but one which sparked of hatred for Nigerians even as they expressed delight that they were eventually freed from Libyan prisons.
No fewer than 140 Nigerians were deported from the North African country. They were received at the cargo terminal of Murtala Mohammed International Airport (MMIA) by the Director-General of the National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mallam Sani Sidi who was represented by the South-West Coordinator, Dr. Onimode Bamidele.
While some went to their different destinations, others left in two chartered BRT buses for the Synagogue Church of All Nations.
Spokesman of NEMA, South-West zone, Ibrahim Farinloye explained that their deportation was facilitated by the International Organisation for Migration (IMO).
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