The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has received a fresh batch of one hundred and twenty stranded Nigerians from Libya. The returnees who arrived at the MMIA Cargo Wing last night were brought back with the help of the International Organization for Migration.
They were received by the Acting Zonal Coordinator of NEMA, Mr Segun Afolayan and other Federal Government agencies. The returnees comprised twenty-nine female adults, five female children, four female infants, seventy-five male adults, two male children and five male infants.
According to NEMA, they were brought mainly from three cities of Sabha, Bram Alshati and Oubari. While welcoming them back, Afolayan asked the returnees to make good use of the second chance afforded by the IOM and God Almighty after surviving the dangers of illegal migration.
One of the returnees, Miss Chisom Johnson, a professional stylist, said she was deceived with a prospect of a better job in Germany, but was later told to go into prostitution which she objected.