One of the 140 Nigerians, Mrs Ifeoluwa Adeosun who willingly agreed to return to Nigeria from Libya where they have been stranded described her experience in Libya as living in hell.
Mrs. Ifeoluwa, an indigene of Ondo State, said she sold all her property to travel to Germany when her husband died.
NAN explained that Mrs. Ifeoluwa travelled abroad in search of the resources to take proper care of her children, however, she expressed grieve over her stay in the country. She however ended up in a Libyan prison after she was caught with her children hiding in suffocating conditions inside a watermelon truck.
Appreciating the Federal Government for her trip back to Nigeria, Mrs. Ifeoluwa asked that other Nigerians be brought back home as they were suffering in Libya.
Among the 140 returnees were 74 adult females, 52 adult males, one female child, two male children, three female infants, two male infants and six unaccompanied kids, out of which five are female and one male.