Another batch of stranded Nigerians arrive from Libya

Nigerians arrive from Libya

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has received 108 Nigerians who have been stuck in Tripoli, Libya.

This is according to a statement issued by the agency on Wednesday in Lagos.

Mr. Mustapha Ahmed, Director-General of NEMA, who officially received the returnees on behalf of the Federal Government, stated that there are 52 males, 46 females, four male children, two female children, and five newborns among the returnees.

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Ibrahim Farinloye, Lagos Territorial Office Coordinator, noted that the returnees arrived at the Murtala Mohammed International Airport, Cargo Wing, Ikeja, late Tuesday evening.

He stated that they arrived in an Al Buraq Air Boeing 737-800 with the registration number 5A-DMG.

According to him, the administration was committed to improving the economy and making it more advantageous to all.

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He stated that the administration of President Bola Tinubu would prioritise youth empowerment in order to harness their energy and technological abilities for national development.

The President would evolve a policy that will see youths and women actively participating in the implementation. The youths will be the driving force of all decisions in the present administration because of the importance that the leadership of this nation has placed on tapping the potentials which abound in the largest segment of the population,” Ahmed said.

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