241 Nigerians in Libya Deported

The returnees who arrived through the Muritala Mohammed International Airport were met by officials of the National Emergency Management Agency who assisted them with food and transport fares.
Some of the returnees who were sick were taken to the Lagos State University Teaching Hospital for treatments.
The search for greener pastures has circled right back to the point where it started: home and broke.

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