Photographs posted by IOM Nigeria on Monday, demonstrates one of the Nigerians, who deliberately came back from Libya, kissing the landing area.
Mathew James was one of the Nigerians who attempted to make a trip to Europe through Libya.
When he landed from the plane that brought him and 160 other Nigerian transients at the Murtala Muhammed International Airport, Lagos on February fourteenth, James was so overpowered with appreciation that he bowed down and kissed the ground.
He likewise exhorted Nigerians not to leave on the perilous adventures that have asserted a huge number of lives.
“I left Nigeria for greener fields”, said Mathew James who was among the 160 Nigerian vagrants (79 Males, 68 females, 3 youngsters, and 10 babies) that were intentionally come back from Libya by IOM on 14 February 2019. Mathew was functioning as a craftsman in Nigeria before he headed out to Libya. “I wear see passing up close and personal however express gratitude toward God I am alive”.
“Kindly don’t pursue this course, the land isn’t greener as you think”, he prompted.
This is the 59th contract flight sorted out by IOM under the EU-IOM activity on Migration Governance and Reintegration in Nigeria subsidized by the European Union since 2017.