241 stranded Nigerians trying to look for greener pastures in foreign land through Libya were yesterday repatriated.
In a press statement issued yesterday by the South west Spokesman for National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, Mr. Ibrahim Farinloye, said that 3 of the returnees are receiving medical treatment at the Lagos State university teaching hospital, LASUTH.
Giving a breakdown of the returnees, NEMA indicated that there were 67 females (6 under 18 yrs with 4 of them under the age of 4 years), 174 males (3 under 18 yrs with one under the age of 4 yrs old).
NEMA said the returnees who were received at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Lagos, were given refreshments and facilitated transportation fares to their respective states of origin or places of destination.
NEMA however disclosed that the repatriation was made possible through the help of the International Organisation for Migration, IMO.

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