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NEMA dispels rumour about ‘scripted play’ in Benue

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) has dispelled rumours that it is in Benue State to play a script with its National Emergency Agricultural Intervention Fund, an intervention meant to benefit 23,000 farmers who were either affected by the 2018 flood or the farmers/herders conflict in the state.

Nigerians selling Nigerians into slavery in Libya – returnee

The fifth batch of 136 Nigerian returnees from Libya arrived Port Harcourt International Airport in the early hours of Tuesday, Mr Martins Ejike, South-South Zonal Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), has said.

136 Nigerians evacuated from Libya arrive Port Harcourt

The fifth batch of 136 Nigerian returnees from Libya arrived Port Harcourt International Airport in the early hours of Tuesday, Mr Martins Ejike, South-South Zonal Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), has said.

Edo, Delta constitute 80% of Libya returnees – NEMA

The South-South Zonal Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), Mr Martins Ejike, has said that Edo state alone recorded 309 out of 484 Libya migrants, while record also showed that over 80 per cent of the returnees were indigenes of Edo and Delta states.

Libya returnees: NEMA dissatisfied with response of Southwest states

Mr Martins Ejike, the South-South Zonal Coordinator, National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), has expressed dissatisfaction over poor response of some state governments in evacuating the Libyan returnees from the reception centre in the state.

Many Nigerians still being imprisoned in Libya – returnee

Paul Eke, a Libya returnee, says many Nigerians “are still being imprisoned” in parts of the North African country.

NEMA gives states 48 hours to evacuate Libya returnees

The National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA), has given state governments 48 hours to evacuate their Libya returnees from its centre in Port Harcourt, Rivers State.

560 Nigerian returnees from Libya arrive Port Harcourt

The third batch of 560 Nigerian returnees from Libya have arrived Port Harcourt, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.

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