Another batch of 218 Nigerians have returned to the country from Libya on Tuesday aboard a chattered BURAQ Airline.
Concise News learnt that they arrived the NAHCO Tarmac of the Murtala Muhammad International Airport MMIA, Lagos at about 3 in the morning aboard the flight with registration number 5A-LAU.
They were 46 female adults including a stable medical case, two male children and 9 male infants who were handed over to National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA).
While on arrival, they were received by the South West Zonal Coordinator of NEMA Yakubu Suleiman who charged them to lead the race against illegal migration.
According to Suleiman, the federal government is pursuing socio-economic programmes aimed at giving employable opportunities to the youths.