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Libya: 487 Nigerians Return To Nigeria, Land In Port Hacourt

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Nigerians returning from Libya [File Photo]

The second batch of 487 Nigerian returnees from Libya arrived Port Harcourt International Airport at about 10.43 p.m. on Monday in Max Air.

Naija News recalls that the Federal Government had on Friday announced the establishment of a reception centre in Port Harcourt for 5,037 Nigerians being repartriated from Libya.

The first batch comprising

The returnees were welcomed by officials of National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), led representatives from other Federal Government agencies. NEMA officials conveyed the returnees to Haji camp where they were identified and fed.

Officials were on ground to examine the returnees’ body temperature and also offer immediate first aid to those in need of it

 


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