165 Nigerians Stranded In Libya Fed & Given Money On Arrival In Lagos Today

May 25, 2017 – 165 Nigerians Stranded In Libya Arrive Lagos Today

At least 165 Nigerians stranded in Libya returned home today Thursday the 25th of May 2017.

The returnees arrived on a chartered aircraft operated by Nouvel Air.

The aircraft with registration# TS-INA arrived Murtala Muhammed Airport around 5:01pm.

The returnees were fed and given money to enable them to get to their final destinations.

NEMA DG Maihaja Mustapha urged Nigerians seeking greener pastures abroad to stay back home and help develop the country.

4 thoughts on “165 Nigerians Stranded In Libya Fed & Given Money On Arrival In Lagos Today

  1. I can imagine the facial expressions of the first guy, Looks very angry! Take easy bro! such is life. God will make a way for you. Now about Mr mustapha urging Nigerians to stay home and develop Nigeria, develop Nigeria with what Mr? all his children probably lives abroad. How can you develop Nigeria when you don’t have anything to do, no job, no water, no steady power supply, no security. Life always in danger for all of the citizens except the rich & The elite. The politicians have covered all areas. Mr mustapha should be calling on the politicians to develop Nigeria, create jobs so that no Nigerian citizens should have any reason to travel abroad other than vacation purposes only. #SHAMEONALLOFYOUINASOROCK#

  2. IS THE HEADLINE MISLEADING OR WHAT ..WAS IT NOT UK U POSTED EARLIER.NAIJA GIST I JUST TIRE FOR UNA..ITS NOW LIBYA NOW

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