160 stranded Nigerians return from Libya

More than 160 Nigerians, including three children stranded in Libya have returned to the country.

The returnees, including 132 men and 27 women, arrived at the Murtala Muhammad International Aiprort in Lagos aboard a chartered flight, facilitated by the international organization of migration and the Nigerian Embassy in Libya.

This is the second time the organization will be facilitating the return of the stranded Nigerians back to the country.

Last Thursday, bodies of two Nigerian migrants were found in the Sahara Desert near the border of Algeria.

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