Another set of Libya returnees have returned to PORT HARCOURT through the Port Harcourt International Airport at the early hours of this morning.
The National Emergency Management Agency, NEMA says that the initial challenges being experienced in the course of evacuation of stranded Nigerians From Libya have been resolved.
The South South zonal Coordinator of NEMA, EJIKE MARTINS who spoke to newsmen during the return of the fourth batch of migrants in Port Harcourt noted that States are working in synergy with the Agency and it has helped in easing the workload.
Also reacting, the public relations officer of Max-Air, Mr. Ibrahim Aliyu said the evacuation operation of the fourth batch was speedily done
Our correspondent report that the total number of returnees in the fourth batch is four hundred and sixty five including infants.