150 Nigerians Repatriate from Niger Republic.

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The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA, has received a batch of 150 Nigerians repatriated from Niamey, Niger Republic.

Director-General of the agency, Mustapha Ahmed, said the returnees consist 98 male adults, 11 male children and two male infants.

Ahmed noted that the returnees were voluntarily repatriated to Nigeria by the International Organization for Migration due to their inability to continue their journeys to their initial destination countries of choice.

The Head of Mission of IOM, Lauren de Boeck, lauded the Federal Government and NEMA for synergy and partnership being enjoyed in their operations in the country.

Written by: Helen Obih

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