Bright, 26 years old. He says: “Of the seven boats we were put on, only three succeed, the other died.” He asks: How can you allow your brother to come and live what we lived in the sea?
Jessica is 21. She is a young woman from Equatorial Africa. Like many others, she sought to reach Europe via Libya. But in the north African country she has lived through hell. Jessica tells an episode of this ordeal.
At least 10,000 Nigerians have died between January and May 2017 while trying to migrate through the Mediterranean Sea and the deserts
Like tens of thousands of other Nigerians, the 26-year-old Kelvin Imasuen along with his sister, Augustina, decided to try to reach Europe crossing the desert and then the sea.
More than 150 Nigerians, some of them in tears, broke out in song as they flew back home, after months stuck.
Another aircraft-load of Nigerians returned from Libya last Tuesday with stories that welled up tears from the eyes of many.
Blessing Okoedion is a thirty-year-old Nigerian woman who was betrayed and tricked into becoming a prostitute on the streets of Italy.
In collaboration with the IOM and following the agreement with the European Community, Libyan authorities are organizing this first repatriation flight to Nigeria