A batch of 218 Nigerians have successfully returned from the volatile North African country of Libya. The batch which included seven pregnant women returned on Tuesday, 8th of May 2018 after they were stranded en route Europe.
Speaking to newsmen, one of the returnees named Ms Titilayo Kayode-Owojori from Ile Ife, Osun State, who is pregnant, regretted embarking on the ill-fated journey
“If the Arabs see us working and collecting wages, they wait and burst our houses to collect the money. If they don’t see any money, they will kidnap us and ask us to call Nigeria to send us money to free ourselves. If we can’t raise money, we will be sold or imprisoned.”