A total number of 5,500 Nigerians are set to be deported from Mali and Libya, over various migration offences ranging from human trafficking, smuggling of migrants, and not having valid travel documents.
Another Set of 258 Nigerians Return From Libya
Premium Times, 12 May 2017
No fewer than 258 more Nigerian returnees from Libya arrived the country on Thursday aboard a chartered Airbus A330-200 with registration mark 5A-LAT operated by Libya Airlines. Read more »
5,500 Nigerians to Be Deported From Libya, Mali
Vanguard, 11 May 2017
A total number of 5,500 Nigerians are set to be deported from Mali and Libya, over various migration offences ranging from Hunan trafficking, smuggling of migrants, and non… Read more »
High Number of Nigerian Deportees Worries Govt
Premium Times, 10 May 2017
The National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) says it has handled 4,755 cases and supported over 10, 685 trafficked victims since inception in 2003. Read more »
Another Batch of 250 Nigerians in Libya to Return Home Tomorrow
Vanguard, 10 May 2017
The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) said on Wednesday that another batch of 250 Nigerians would voluntarily return to the country from Libya on Thursday. Read more »
The returnees were assisted by the International Organization for Migration after months in Libyan detention facilities. Read more »
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