Wata sabuwar sashen yan Najeriya 175 sun dawo daga kasar Libiya ranan Talata a wata jirgin shatan Nouvelair mai lamba TS-INA. Ta sauka babban filin jirgin saman
Another batch of One Hundred and Seventy-five (175) Nigerians who voluntarily returned from Libya on Tuesday aboard a chartered Nouvelair aircraft have landed.
Babban Kotun Duniya na ICC na neman Saif-al-Islam dan gidan Marigayi Shugaba Gaddafi da cewa cewa ya aikata wasu laifuffuka lokacin Mahaifin sa na mulki.
NAIJ.com ta samu labarin cewa kotun hukunta masu aikta manyan laifuka ta duniya, ICC tana nemansa ruwa-a-jallo domin yi masa shari'a kan zargin aikata laifuka
At least not less than 44 migrants including babies and women, died of thirst after their vehicle broke down while crossing northern Niger dessert to Libya.
A Nigerian man among the 164 returning to their home country from Libya has expressed an emotional show of thanks to God after the plane landed on the tarmac.
A hundred and sixty-four Nigerians have returned back home from Libya, their return was facilitated by the International Organisation on Migration and NEMA.
Represented by the deputy director, search and rescue Onimode Bandele, the director general said the returnees had among them 20 children and infants.
NAIJ.com gathered that one of the Nigerians that were recently deported from Libya was attacked by robbers and shot in the leg just before his deportation.
One of the 158 people deported from Libya on Thursday, May 11, Beauty John, has recounted her heart-wrenching experience in Libya. Read full story and more!
In this video obtained by NAIJ.com, 258 Nigerians returnees from Libya arrived Murtala Muhammed International Airport around 9:43 pm on May 11.
Not fewer than 258 Nigerians on Thursday, May 11 arrived at the Murtala Airport from Libya as more than 253 had on April 25, voluntarily returned from Libya.
National Agency for the Prohibition of Trafficking in Persons (NAPTIP) says it is expecting not fewer than 5,500 Nigerians to be deported from Libya and Mali.
No fewer than 253 more Nigerians voluntarily returned from Libya on Tuesday aboard a chartered Airbus A330-200 with registration mark 5A-LAT operated by Libya.
Nigerian and other West African migrant attempting to reach Europe through Libya have narrated tales of horror as they are sold as slaves in the open market.
Reports have revealed that five Nigerian women are said to be part of the thirty-five women captured by the Islamic state fighters at Sirte, in Libya.
A 4-day-old old baby belonging to a Nigerian lady was among those rescued in the Mediterranean sea as the parents were leaving Libya for Italy. It is a miracle!
Two weeks after 171 Nigerians voluntarily returned home from Libya ,155 others followed suit on Thursday March 23, aboard a chartered Nouvel Air aircraft.
Kwanakin kadan bayan an bankado yan Najeriya daga kasashen Libiya da Kamaru, an sake turo wasu 171 daga kasar Libiya. hukumar NEMA tare wasu ne suka taimaka.
Some relatives of the repatriated danced in joy over the safe return of their wards, some of the returnees came out of the aircraft dejected and confused.
The Senior Special Assistant to the President on Foreign Affairs and Diaspora, Mrs Abike Dabiri-Erewa, says another set of 180 Nigerians are expected in Nigeria
171 Nigerians who returned to Nigeria from Libya came back with stories of punishment and suffering and how they were tricked by some human traffickers..