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Update: Stranded Nigerian Girls Rescued In Lebanon By Federal Government

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30 Nigerian ladies who recently went viral pleading with the authority in Nigeria for assistance to return home had been rescue by Federal government and would be repatriated next week.

The spokesperson of the Nigerians in Diaspora Commission NIDCOM, Gabriel Odu In a statement released today August 4, said the ladies are currently in a more conducive apartment and would be repatriated between August 12 and 16.

”They will be part of One Hundred and Fifty others trafficked and stranded in Lebanon to be evacuated back to Nigeria. The Lebanese Ambassador to Nigeria Mr Houssam Diab disclosed the evacuation plans when the Management of Nigerians in Diaspora Commission NIDCOM, led by the Secretary Egnr. Dr Sule Yakubu Bassi visited the Embassy in Abuja.

Ambassador Diab stated that the One Hundred and fifty girls will be returned home in batches. The first batch of One Hundred and Ten(110) will leave Beirut, Lebanon on 12th, August, 2020 to Lagos while the Second Batch will be returned to Abuja on 16th, August, 2020.” the statement in part read

 

The breakdown of 150 returning girls are as follows:

Oyo, 41 of the girls hailed from

Ogun, 21

Lagos, 12

Ondo, 18

Osun, 26

Imo, 3

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Kwara, 9

Ekiti, 6

Delta 3

 Enugu, Kogi, Edo, Ebonyi, Benue, Abia, Akwa Ibom and Anambra had one each.

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