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Video: Another set of 153 Nigerian migrants return from Libya amidst ongoing slave trade crisis

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Video: Another set of 153 Nigerian migrants return from Libya amidst ongoing slave trade crisis
Last night, 30th November 2017, another set of 153 Nigerian migrants, including men, women, and children from Libya aboard a Libyan chartered flight at about 9:15pm, just two days after 239 Nigerian were returned following the ongoing slave trade crisis.
The return was facilitated by the Federal Government Of Nigeria, including the IOM and it was funded by the European Union project.
The National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons [NCFRMI] and other Government Agencies were on ground to receive them and ensure that they were profiled and registered.
Upon landing in Nigeria, they were given a stipend for transportation and taken to a hotel to spend the night before going to their final destination the next morning
The Federal Government Of Nigeria in collaboration with IOM (International Organization of Migration , a United Nations Organization) have been working together in facilitating the return of Nigerian Migrants in Libya for a couple of months now.
According to data collation information by National Commission For Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons, almost 5,000 Nigerians have been returned between Feb - November 2017.
Watch the video of their arrival below..

#Tonight: Thursday 30th November, 2017 | Time: 9:15pm Here is a new video as I have just been informed by @ncfrmi_sw that Another batch of 153 Nigerian Migrants returned from Libya tonight aboard a chartered flight . . . The return was facilitated by the IOM funded by the European Union project. The National Commission for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons [NCFRMI] and other Government Agencies were on ground to receive them and ensure that they were profiled and registered. . . They were given a stipend for transportation and taken to a hotel to spend the night before going to their final destination in the morning ➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖➖ Federal Government Of Nigeria in collaboration with IOM (International Organization of Migration - a United Nations Organization) have been working together in facilitating the return of Nigerian Migrants in Libya for a couple of months now. Almost 5,000 Nigerians have been returned between Feb - November 2017 according to data collation information by @ncfrmi_sw . . - Confirmed Report by @NikkiLaoye (NCFRMI Southwest Voice of Refugees and IDPs/Founder of Angel 4 Life Foundation) . . #NCFRMI #LibyaSlaveTrade #Angel4LifeFoundation #NikkiLaoye #PrayForLibya #Libya . . @bbcnews @bbcnewspidgin @cnnafrica @cnn @rgameyer @georginaonuoha @instablog9ja @bellanaijaonline @olorisupergal @officialhiptv @goldmynetv @krakstv @onlyinnigeria @onobello @funny_african_pics

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