Another Batch Of 165 Nigerians Deported From Libya (Photos)

3 years ago by: Mister Jay Wonder
-- (m) at 25-05-2017 10:05PM (3 years ago)

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In what seems like an unending story, 164 Nigerians were again deported from Libya Thursday. The deportees comprising of 97 males, 53 females, 11 children and 3 infants arrived the cargo section of the Muritala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos aboard a Libya chartered plane at about 6.30pm. The deportees were received by officials of National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, the International Organisation for Migration, IOM, Airport security officials and the Nigeria Police. According to NEMA, the deportees were picked up from various prisons and detention camps in Libya by the International Organisation for Migration, IOM .


one of the 164 Returnees from Libya facilitated by International Organisation on Migration and National Emergency Management Agencyon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on Thursday


one of the 164 returnees from Libya facilitated by International Organisation on Migration and National Emergency Management Agencyon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on Thursday


Some of the 164 returnees from Libya facilitated by International Organisation on Migration and National Emergency Management Agencyon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on Thursday


one of the 164 returnees from Libya facilitated by International Organisation on Migration and National Emergency Management Agencyon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on Thursday


A mother and her kids among the 164 returnees from Libya facilitated by International Organisation on Migration and National Emergency Management Agencyon arrival at the Murtala Muhammed Airport, Ikeja, Lagos on Thursday



-- osarobo62 (m) at 25-05-2017 11:11PM
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moths wey no dey hear word would always experience burnt wings
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-- morgan1 (m) at 25-05-2017 11:15PM
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Thank God u people ar back safely,,,,,u enter truck go Libya by road,,,and u all came back to Naija by Cargo plane,,,,,,,No ticket,no passport and visa,,,,Na God win!!! Grin
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-- BournIdentity (m) at 26-05-2017 12:04AM
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Chhaaaiiiiiiii dem don deport freethinker
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-- Mykie010 (m) at 26-05-2017 04:12AM
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No place like home
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-- DrSoba (m) at 26-05-2017 05:33AM
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The thing I don't understand is that, some are coming back, while some are embarking on thesame journey.
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-- pricklong (m) at 26-05-2017 07:11AM
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Bro thankgod you are at home
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-- pricklong (m) at 26-05-2017 07:12AM
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Bro thankGod you are at home
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-- angesco (f) at 26-05-2017 07:42AM
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I can't believe a mother would put her two young child through the perils of getting to Libya.

Libya hates BLACK Africans and are ONLY out to exploit our urge to leave Nigeria through ANY MEANS possible.

What was she running away from or was she trying to join her husband?

In the end it's not worth it.

Thank God the INNOCENT children are now TRULY SAFE.

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-- dareper (m) at 26-05-2017 07:58AM
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well back
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-- Larry28 (f) at 26-05-2017 09:07AM
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Quote from: morgan1 on 25-05-2017 11:15PM
Thank God u people ar back safely,,,,,u enter truck go Libya by road,,,and u all came back to Naija by Cargo plane,,,,,,,No ticket,no passport and visa,,,,Na God win!!! Grin
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-- AmazingMarie (f) at 26-05-2017 04:44PM
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welcome back
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-- schmit (f) at 26-05-2017 09:22PM
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Welcome
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