The Nationwide Emergency Management Company (NEMA) bought 95 Nigerians stranded from Libya on the Murtala Muhammed World Airport in Lagos on Wednesday.
The acting coordinator of the Lagos Territorial Space of job of NEMA, Ibrahim Farinloye, stated that the stranded Nigerians arrived on the Murtala Muhammed World Airport Tuesday night at about 20: 18 with Al Buraq airline with number UZ189/16/5A- DMG-MJI AD15: 50.
He stated that the returnees were brought abet to the nation by the World Organisation for Migration (IOM) through a voluntary repatriation programme for the distressed who had left the nation to witness greener pastures in varied European worldwide locations but may well well perchance not give you the money for to attain when their hump grew to turn into frustrated.
Mr Farinloye stated that the returnees are 60 male adults, 29 feminine adults, three male and one feminine teenager, with two infants (one male and the opposite feminine).
He stated that among the returnees were two males who had varied degrees of effectively being-linked factors.
“On arrival, the DG of NEMA, Habib Mustapha, implored the returnees to flip a contemporary leaf by taking a take into memoir inward at some level of the nation that has been blessed with abundant sources.
He assured the returnees that the federal executive and the IOM, alongside with other worldwide companions, would no longer disappoint them as Nigerians.
He stated an enabling environment would be provided for them to operate their potentials.
He extra reminded them that the pseudo greener pastures that many thought abounds in foreign worldwide locations are no longer correct.
He added that with their abilities they were in a nearer win 22 situation to order someone indifferent contemplating travelling international.
Mr Farinloye stated that the Port Properly being Unit of the Federal Ministry of Properly being, Nationwide Charge for Resilience, Migration and IDPs and the Nigerian Immigration Companies were section of the executive agencies who bought the returnees on the airport.