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|Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by VeeInsider: 9:18pm On Dec 07, 2017|
Chargé d’affaires of Nigeria in Libya, Mr. Illiya Fachano, says some Nigerians in Libya have refused to be repatriated despite the “unfavourable situations”.
Mr. Illiya Fachano said: “Not all of them want to come back home.”
“Before you can assist them, they will have to sign a consent form, after which emergency travel certificates are issued.
“I want the public to know that we have some Nigerians who are not willing to return in spite of the unfavourable situations; and the fact is that we can’t get them on the flight without their consent.
“Migration is natural and has always happened; but it becomes an issue when there are people migrating illegally, meaning the migrants arrive without proper documentation and conceal their identity.
“What we do is to identify the Nigerians in the camps, register them, then issue them emergency travel certificates. Those who happen to be sick get medical treatments before being confirmed to fly.
“The Internationl Organisation for Migration has rallied the support of the European nations and particularly, Italy, for the Libyan Coast Guards who are particularly ordered to prevent boats that smuggle migrants and refugees from Libya to Europe.
“Because the coast guards at the Mediterranean Sea are professionally trained and well-funded by the EU, they have captured many people who are trying to illegally cross to Europe and returned them to Libya.
“Unfortunately, we have noticed that in every batch of people brought back to Libya from Europe or the Mediterranean Sea, a larger number of the migrants come from Nigeria because of our population, causing us to have much more Nigerians to be repatriated,’’ he said.
Source - http://www.veeinsider.com/news/libya-slave-trade-some-nigerians-in-libya-not-willingly-to-return/
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by minasota(f): 9:21pm On Dec 07, 2017|
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by smulti(m): 9:28pm On Dec 07, 2017|
Even Nigerians in Nigeria are regretting being a Nigerian
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by Homeboiy: 9:36pm On Dec 07, 2017|
I met a Libyan returnee this morning as I de eat for buka
All he kept saying is mama Ifeanyi I have missed ur food oo
I asked him Bros how libya na
He said hmmm he never chop meat since he leaf naija
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by DrDeji20(m): 9:36pm On Dec 07, 2017|
all because of one Fulani old idiot.
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by Nobody: 9:45pm On Dec 07, 2017|
Those are the traders
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by Nobody: 9:58pm On Dec 07, 2017|
I call people like you government hold my destiny.
You have been complaining since 1999 and you will still complain in 2020.
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by tollyboy5(m): 10:54pm On Dec 07, 2017|
all this lazy ed1ot would be blaming government for their laziness. leave them jare
|Re: Libya Slave Trade: Some Nigerians In Libya Not Willingly To Return by cdqyehyeh(m): 11:13pm On Dec 07, 2017|
leave dos dat arent interested there nd bring back interested pple. Dos ignoring are trying to feel wot our fore fathers felt.
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