13,407 Nigerians return from Libya
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) says a total of 13,407 Nigerians have so far returned from Libya under the Voluntary Assisted Returnees Programme which began in April 2017.
The agency said the Nigerians were assisted back from the volatile North African country by the European Union (EU) and International Organisation for Migration (IOM). The News Agency of
The Director-General, while welcoming them, implored them to look at their experiences as a positive turning point to forge ahead with their lives. He said: “It is normal for humans to seek for better life, but this your sojourn has turned bad. You should not let the experiences over there dampen your bright future.
It is normal for human beings to face challenges, but the way we handle or treat the challenges will determine the outcome. If you put these experiences in the dustbins of the past and with determination to be successful in your new endeavours, I assure you, success awaits every one of you.”